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TSB Podcast: Episode 207 – Our thoughts on the Game of Thrones adidas collection

In this episode of TSB, the show begins with Francis and Geeno while Caesar deals with his first DWB since they’ve moved to their new studio. Guru was just late, per usual.

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Off the bat there seemed to be some slight controversy over the Fab 5 list this week. From there, the crew segues from the online criticism of Eminem, to the continued struggles of using the Nike SNKRS app, to recapping the StockX interview with Josh Luber.

The crew also discusses what separates a sneaker from being a true collaboration or just a simple SMU.

Shout out to their girl SP Gina Got Game on getting her own Air Jordan 1. They just wish that Jordan Brand could show people like JumpmanBostic the same type of love.

(It’s at this point that Guru joins the show).

Caesar got his profit sharing check from Chrysler and promptly–and predictably–blew some of it on sneakers. The crew wasted no time on giving him shit for it.

Nike is coming out with a snakeskin version of the Foamposite One. It’s as bad as you think it is.

A listener calls in to get everyone’s take on the “Game of Thrones” Adidas Ultra Boost collection, along with the upcoming snakeskin Air Jordan 11 Lows.

Jaysse, owner of Urban Necessities, has moved one step closer to sneaker-world domination. He’s have partnered up with American Eagle to open up a store in New York City. Always happy to see good things happen to good people.

And finally–on the flip side of that–a former Adidas executive was recently sentenced to serve time behind bars for his role in the 2017 NCAA pay-to-play scandal. Can’t wait to see how he rocks the 3 Stripes with his new found prison stripes.

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Rashone Bryant
Sneakerhead since 1997. Married. Father of one. Currently works for Chrysler and writes for SBD. Favorite Kicks - OG "Flu Game" Air Jordan 12

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