Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) June 4, 2008
Dunkadelic TV http://www.youtube.com/dunkadelictv. The combination of sports and food have always been a unique association. College and Pro football have ritual tailgate parties on Saturday's and Sunday's during the fall and early winter of the season.
Fans make their best local and favorite dishes to consume and share with other tailgater's. For basketball fans who have watched an exciting playoffs over the past 6 weeks, the best in 10 years since Jordan's second retirement in 1998, and who are looking forward to a great NBA Finals this coming Thursday.
There is a new cheeseburger recipe for fans to enjoy while watching the marquee showdown between the Lakers and Celtics. The Dunkadelic-Double Cheeseburger is a slam dunk with many recipe websites. Visit http://www.chow.com/recipes/12020 to see the complete burger recipe. The Dunkadelic-Double Cheeseburger is better than a Kobe Bryant slam dunk.
The Lakers and Celtics first met during the Magic and Bird era in 1984. 1984 was the birth-year of the basketball and hip-hop culture fusion that is now known as The "Dunkadelic-Era" In America, 1984-Present. The era of basketball and hip-hop was born in 1984 with David Stern being announced as the 4th NBA Commissioner on February 1, 1984.
The NBA also first introduced the Slam Dunk Contest to All-Star Weekend in 1984. Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin formed Def Jam Records. Kurtis Blow the hip-hop pioneer released the rap hit 'Basketball'. The Fresh Fest became the first major hip-hop concert tour in America.
Michael Jordan was the 3rd pick of the 1984 NBA Draft. Jordan signs with Nike to produce the Air Jordan sneakers that would later become major fashion symbols within the hip-hop culture. These were the leading events that led to creation of The "Dunkadelic-Era". The "Dunkadelic-Era" will be celebrating it's 25th Anniversary during the year 2009 (1984-2009). Visit http://www.youtube.com/dunkadelictv to see the first 4 episodes of Dunkadelic TV, Where basketball and hip-hop come together as one.
LeBron James (December 30) and Carmelo Anthony (May 29) were both born in 1984. John Thompson of Georgetown became the first African American college coach to win an NCAA Championship in 1984. These were other major events that occurred in 1984.
The Celtics vs. Lakers duel in 1984 was instrumental to the basketball and hip-hop culture fusion and is now being continued by 2 players who have been named to the 25 Most Influential list during The "Dunkadelic-Era" Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett. Kobe was this years NBA MVP and KG was the NBA Defensive Player of the Year. Kobe was a member of the 1996 NBA Draft (13th pick) led by Allen Iverson (Iverson the Most Influential player of the era). Garnett the first player since Moses Malone in 1974 back in 1995 to make the jump from high school to the pros (5th pick). Garnett's move was popular within hip-hop culture circles and followed by current stars Kobe Bryant, Jermaine O'Neal, Tracy McGrady, Rashard Lewis, Amare Stoudemire, LeBron James, and Dwight Howard.
Bryant, Garnett, James, and Howard were named to the All-NBA First Team.
For more information on The "Dunkadelic-Era" In America, and the Dunkadelic-Double Cheeseburger contact Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic TV at 443-81-5244.