NBA Feet: NBA Finals 2010 – Game 4 Recap

June 11, 2010 BY / 0

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Best of Seven is now Best of Three, as the Boston Celtics tied up the NBA Finals series by winning Game 4 at home. The heroes of the game were the unusual suspects, namely Glen Davis, Nate Robinson, Rasheed Wallace, and Tony Allen, an off-the-bench mob that controlled most of the fourth quarter. ‘Sheed wore his white-on-green AF1 High while Tony Allen rocked a clean white-green pair of the Adidas Supernatural Creator. Nate Robinson again used his trusty Air Max2 CB’ 94 while Big Baby, who has showcased a hodgepodge of kicks throughout the playoffs, wore the Nike Huarache 2010.

Ray Allen, who wore the Air Jordan One6 One7 for the first 3.5 games of the series switched back to the Air Jordan Icons; if you remember his last One6 One7 performance, Ray Allen put up a Zero13, as in zero for thirteen from the field (although he did bounce back nicely in Game 4). Not much changed for Kobe and crew – Kobe with Big Stage Kobe V Away, Lamar with Hyperdunk PE Away, and Gasol with the Nike Hyperize – although a few changes need to be made in their game-plan if they want more success in Game 5. Check out the Game 4 gallery after the jump. via Yahoo!.

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