Eric Koston just scored his highest game of golf this weekend, a 76, while Atiba and Ako Jefferson watched in amazement. He was also spotted at the Lakers game home opener.
Rodrigo Tx. and Antwuan Dixon just got back from a filming mission to San Franciso. The weather gods must have been on our side, because the climate was great, regardless if Antwuan got hurt because some fool waxed the landing at Lincoln High. He'll be back!
Twuan spent the rest of the time entertaining us by making us laugh at everything that came out his mouth. Thanks, Antuwan. Rodrigo took care of business like he always does. His part for the upcoming éS video just keeps getting tighter and tighter. I can't wait to see it.
Speaking of video parts, P.J. Ladd has been working closely with Scuba all over Los Angeles, collecting the bangers to wow our future viewers.
Rick McCrank is finally back in Vancouver, spending some quality time with his daughter after playing the roles of director and actor in a short film his friend is making called Harvey Spannos.
Now that the weather is better back down under, Cale Nuske has decided to go home to Adeliade, Australia and continue strengthening his knee.
Speaking of strengthening, things are looking good for Justin Eldridge, as he is presently working on refinancing his home and rehabbing his knee, from which he had some cartilage removed. Justin will be back in no time.
Javier Sarmiento is on his way over to the United States to go on a Firm tour with Rodrigo.
éS flow rider Mike Barker just finished putting the final touches on his part for P-Rod's Forecast video. Since we're on the subject of video parts, éS flow rider Bobby Worrest is on his way up to San Francisco to work on his part for the Krooked video.
Note to myself: Mike Manzoori is the hardest working man in the skate video business (see photos).