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Michael Jordan - Come Fly with Me (NBA Hardwood Classics)
Michael Jordan - Come Fly with Me (NBA Hardwood Classics)
New to DVD! Update your NBA collection with this classic title with a new branded line look featuring one of the greatest athletes of all-time. Value priced for an impulse purchase just in time for the start to the NBA season. Get an inside look at Michael at home, on the golf course and in the air. Features rare footage from his days at the University of North Carolina. Relive spectacular highlights from his NBA career and All-Star games. Enjoy slam dunks, gravity defying shots and more!

It's showtime! Come Fly with Me packs in 50 minutes of breathtaking basketball highlights of the man considered the greatest basketball player of all time: Michael Jordan. Produced in 1989, before Jordan's first championship with the Chicago Bulls, Come Fly covers Michael's middle-class childhood in North Carolina, his rise in the NCAA ranks with the University of North Carolina, and the first few professional seasons with the Bulls. But if it's athletic wonders you seek as opposed to lots of factual details, you'll be well satisfied. This video clearly was designed to celebrate, not necessarily sketch out, the man and his history.
Early footage of Michael will delight longtime Bulls fans. Included are interviews with family members, school mentors (we meet the coach who made the now-famous cut of Michael from his high-school junior varsity team), and 1980s Bulls coach Doug Collins (complete with frizzy 'fro), and plenty of slam dunks, athletic ballet, and "Wanna Be Like Mike" charisma. Missing is mention of fellow University of North Carolina teammates James Worthy and Sam Perkins, as well as a decent hip-hop soundtrack (the music is early sports documentary cheezola), but these are small flaws compared to the man's jaw-dropping aerobics. Footage of the slam-dunk contest alone--where Jordan captured his own goal of taking off at the free-throw line and dunking at the hoop (complete with legs bent back in Air flight)--will leave viewers grinning and shaking their heads. His energy is endless, his creativity self-renewing, and his athleticism graceful and magical. This video is a fun peek into the youthful Michael now so far behind us. --Karen Karleski

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Buchanan boys feel right at home Prandini wins 4 to pace Clovis girls past Bears. Published online on Saturday, May. 23, 2009 By Andy Boogaard / The Fresno Bee It began with Bullard High's girls running the fifth-fastest 400-meter relay (47.13 seconds) in Central Section history. It nearly ended with Edison's girls blistering the section's No. 3 all-time mark in the 1,600 relay (3:50.76). And, in between, the Grand Masters Track and Field Championships on Saturday at Buchanan's Veterans Memorial Stadium saw Clovis' Jenna Prandini match 93-year history, Buchanan's Holly Weseloff in top flight and Mission Prep's Jordan Hasay making a determined comeback. In the team department, Buchanan's boys ran away with their first title in school history and Clovis -- behind Prandini's 40 points from four wins -- edged the Bears 58-55 for the girls crown. And then a most depressing shocker for Central's Brendan Bigelow. Ever since he placed second in the state in the 200 last year as a freshman, and it was announced soon after the state meet would shift to Buchanan for three years effective this season, anticipation grew for Bigelow to run the event in his backyard. But Saturday, 12 minutes after his win in the 400 (48.04), Bigelow not only timed a warm-up like 11.26 seconds in the 100 -- 13th best on the day -- he collapsed a few strides beyond the finish line. Soon afterward, he complained of a groin pull and scratched from the 200, meaning he won't compete in the event in the state finals June 5-6. The top three finishers in each event at the Grand Masters qualified for the state meet. Central coach Vince Labowsky said he expects Bigelow to run the 400 in the state meet: "Absolutely, and he'll run a phenomenal race, a better time than today. When Brendan runs against top competition, he opens it up." The coach said he anticipated an 18-minute gap between Saturday's 400 and 100 races, though he couldn't say for sure the shorter rest led to the injury. And he didn't regret entering Bigelow in the 100, 200 and 400 -- a sprint triple believed to be unprecedented in meet history. "The 100 is a spectator event," Labowsky said. "All kids like to run it. Take it away from him and I think it would have shut him down mentally." Prandini and one other Prandini, a sophomore, arrived the section leader in four events and won them all -- 100 (11.84), 200 (24.56), long jump (18-7) and triple jump (38-10). She was only pushed in the long jump -- Sanger's Veronica Gines went 18-5 -- while becoming the second male or female athlete in the meet's 93-year history to capture four golds. Madera's Kim Young won the 100 and 300 hurdles and the long and triple jumps in 1968. "I'm really happy," Prandini said. "I wanted to win them all for the team because we had a good shot at winning the Valley." She said she will participate in two or three events at the state meet, but couldn't say for sure which ones. Other highlights: *Hasay, still approaching top shape after experiencing a sinus infection for a month, won the 800 (2:09.64) and 3,200 (10:30.04). At the state meet, she'll gun for a fourth title in the 3,200, where she has a best of 9:52.13 -- No. 2 in state history. *Weseloff's 12-7 in the pole vault is No. 3 in section history. *Bullard's 400 relay team was composed of Jessica Williams, Mariah Riddlesprigger, Madelyn Mar and Lynn Williams. *Passing the baton in Edison's 1,600 relay team was Jenise Anderson, Breeunna Thompson, Janae Horton and Shanae Anderson. *Buchanan's 45 1/5-point rout in the boys was powered by Sean Johnson's sweep of the 110 (14.15) and 300 (38.63) hurdles. The Bears, behind Cameron Parker, also won the 400 relay in a state-class time of 42.04 and placed third in the 1,600 relay (3:22.29). Buchanan also received 22 points from Jonathan Sanchez -- second in the 1,600 (4:14.71) and 3,200 (9:22.21), and third in the 800 (1:54.97). *Clovis East's Michael Peterson won the pole vault at 15-4 and cleared 16-4 easily on his second attempt, only to clip the bar on his downward flight. He arrived sixth in section history and No. 4 in the state this season at 16-0. *Central's Lasasha Aldredge won the 400 in 55.82 -- No. 4 in section history. The reporter can be reached at aboogaard@fresnobee.com or (559) 441-6336.
Air Jordan Spiz'ike Black New Blue Infrared
Air Jordan Spiz'ike Black New Blue Infrared
Check out these new images of the upcoming Nike Air Jordan Spizike sporting a Black and White base with Infrared and New Blue accents and sit overtop a Infrared and translucent ice Blue outsole. The use of blue on the Jumpman and Mars logo on the rear can be seen in the recently released Black Cement Spiz'ike. And the inner lining feature phrases from the Mars Blackmon AJ commercials such as "I can fly" and "Michael Jordan flight school."

michael jordan flight school
michael jordan flight school
Michael Jordan - Come Fly With Me [VHS]
It's showtime! Come Fly with Me packs in 50 minutes of breathtaking basketball highlights of the man considered the greatest basketball player of all time: Michael Jordan. Produced in 1989, before Jordan's first championship with the Chicago Bulls, Come Fly covers Michael's middle-class childhood in North Carolina, his rise in the NCAA ranks with the University of North Carolina, and the first few professional seasons with the Bulls. But if it's athletic wonders you seek as opposed to lots of factual details, you'll be well satisfied. This video clearly was designed to celebrate, not necessarily sketch out, the man and his history.
Early footage of Michael will delight longtime Bulls fans. Included are interviews with family members, school mentors (we meet the coach who made the now-famous cut of Michael from his high-school junior varsity team), and 1980s Bulls coach Doug Collins (complete with frizzy 'fro), and plenty of slam dunks, athletic ballet, and "Wanna Be Like Mike" charisma. Missing is mention of fellow University of North Carolina teammates James Worthy and Sam Perkins, as well as a decent hip-hop soundtrack (the music is early sports documentary cheezola), but these are small flaws compared to the man's jaw-dropping aerobics. Footage of the slam-dunk contest alone--where Jordan captured his own goal of taking off at the free-throw line and dunking at the hoop (complete with legs bent back in Air flight)--will leave viewers grinning and shaking their heads. His energy is endless, his creativity self-renewing, and his athleticism graceful and magical. This video is a fun peek into the youthful Michael now so far behind us. --Karen Karleski

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