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  Graphic designer Micah Coles gives the NBA team logos a pocket monster remix, playing off either the words (Golden State Warriors -> Golden State Wartortles) or the similarity in design (peep Portland Self Destruct...

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This past Saturday night, Manny “Pac-man” Pacquiao was able to land a win and reclaimed his WBO Welterweight title from Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley after his controversial loss by unanimous decision in 2012. The fight...

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There is no question that Mike Tyson was the baddest man on the planet. I never got a chance to see his glory during his prime in the 80s, but damn look at his ferocity...

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Son, I ain’t never seen anything so unnecessary. Amazing yes, but unnecessary. But then I’m like, yo, if I were to see these dudes performing these aerial stunts, I would freeze up in pure awe...

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The kid Jason Brickman, Filipino American point guard for Long Island University Brooklyn Blackbirds, clinched the top 24 finalists for the Bob Cousy Award. The said award  is a prestigious accolade that is given to...

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Kai Hou is an acrobat who is very good at jumping and leaping through hoops. It’s crazy though because he doesn’t just jump, he times them so that he adds that extra layer of difficulty...

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I don’t know if there’s a girlier name than Chloe. And here I am doing the Wayne’s World we’re not worthy bow because she more badass than I’ll probably ever be. The 13-year-old made history...

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Steven Lebron Volume 1 Now Available

January 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’ve been a reader of Gumship for awhile now, you’re familiar with Alex Wong aka Steven Lebron as a contributor on the site (tackling real shit like K-town the reality show and classic anime Slam...

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Check Out This Beautiful Skate Video From China

Check Out This Beautiful Skate Video From China

December 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Charles Lanceplaine captures some beautiful slow motion footage (as well as some great background scenery from Gangzhou, Shanghai, Wuhan, and Beijing) in this clip “A Tale of Four Cities”. Riders featured are Jay Meador, Cyres Wong,...

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Linsanity Movie Review

October 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Before screening Linsanity: The Movie at the Asian American International Film Festival in New York, I had my doubts about the film. It hasn’t even been two full years since “Linsanity” and the Houston Rocket’s career is only...

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