They Bad, an article by Larry Platt.
The first article on the And 1 Mixtape Players and the first time Streetballers were featured in The New York Times.
Q&A article by Rob Wherry
The article discusses the growth of And 1 through the Mixtape Tour.
Streetball Instructional DVD featuring: Tim "Headache" Gittens, NBA All-Star Baron Davis, and Platinum Artist The Game.
Headache gives some tips on the coolest streetball moves.
Headache is pictured twice on this ad.
Article by Larry Platt that features Tim "Headache" Gittens and Anthony "1/2 Man 1/2 Amazing" Heywood. Platt has a Q&A with the Streetball Legends about the park code of getting picked. Page 1
2003 And 1 Mixtape, Mountain Dew Code Red National Ad Campaign -
This ad was the spin-off of the commercial Streetball vs Football, directed by Spike Lee.
Poster/Advertisement of HEADACHE for the And 1 Mixtape Tour.
Headache showcasing his hard-to-guard handles!
The First Streetball Game of its kind!
It's available on PS2, Xbox, and Nintendo Cube.
Player in game designed with all HEADACHE's likeness and signature moves.
HEADACHE flying in the sunset.
Featured in a article to describe his between the legs behind the back, step back.
Yeah, They Got Game written by Ed Condran
HEADACHE is featured in the article's picture and the article itself.
Tim HEADACHE Gittens is pictured on the left.
Read about The Legends of HEADACHE in the 2nd column...
Slam Magazine created the streetball Edition because of the And 1 mixtape tour.
Tearing UP Tehran, By Tim Gittens and John Walder
Visual Given by John Walder
Verbal Given by Tim "Headache" Gittens
Showcasing the first 6 six players to sign an endorsement deal with And 1.
This is the first print ad the players did; the shoot was at 145th Street and Lenox Avenue.
HEADACHE's first individual, national print ad.
Streetballers, HEADACHE and AO, in a Footaction shoot that was done at a park in Texas.
Check out kmcwheels.com and tell them HEADACHE sent you.