Slam Magazine Yearly Subscription
SLAM is a sports magazine that is devoted to the game and culture of basketball. It is written for basketball players, fans and enthusiasts ages 14 to 24.More...
SLAM is a sports magazine that is devoted to the game and culture of basketball. It is written for basketball players, fans and enthusiasts ages 14 to 24.
Since 1994, SLAM magazine has been covering basketball from every angle and at every level -- playground ball through the pros. SLAM features exclusive interviews with the biggest players in the game, profiles on players, articles about basketball fashion and the hip hop culture, and even info about the latest must-have kicks.
Each of SLAM's ten annual issues contains features and sections that include: Trash Talk, comments, feedback and letters to the editor submitted by readers; Slamadamonth, which features a write-up and a photograph of an impressive slam dunk, typically by NBA players; Noyz, anonymous, reader-submitted online commentary on recent basketball events; What's My Name?, in which readers make nicknames for NBA players, and winners are rewarded with a prize from the magazine's vault; The SLAM High School Diary, which features monthly commentary from selected outstanding high school basketball players as they prepare for their college or professional career; and Rookie Diary, insight from NBA rookie players as they share their experiences from their first year in the league. SLAM publishes special issues throughout the year, including the March Madness issue, the NBA Playoff Preview, the College Preview, the NBA Preview and the Holiday Special.
Sports lovers ages 14 to 24 who are addicted to the game of basketball and everything hoop-related will enjoy a subscription to SLAM Magazine.
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Bought for my son. Looks forward to getting it. Cuts pictures out and puts them on his wall.
The format is a typical magazine layout and works very well. I enjoy the content and the writing found in Slam, however the magazine occasionally favors college basketball coverage a little too heavily. Just a minor inconvenience for an big fan of the N.B.A. Overall, a very well put together publication, highly recommended if you are a fan of the sport.