NBA Feet: Kicks From Around The League – 1/19/11

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Earlier today Sneaker News showed you Gilbert Arenas’ Nike Air Penny II, but there was a lot more to see around the league. The Nike Air Max Fly By has become a popular choice, as we saw Blake Griffin, Lamar Odom, Jeff Green, and many others wear GR and PE colorways. The Hyperfuse is still one of the top choices as well, as Rajon Rondo, Steph Curry, Ty Lawson, and a slew of other slashing guards rocked the lightweight basketball shoe. Ray Allen still maintained the crown as the owner of the best PEs in the game as he wore the White/Gold/Green Air Jordan XI PE last night. Two Team Jordan members in Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul also wore their respective signatures. The Nike Zoom Kobe VI has become a popular choice, as Kobe Bryant and fellow LA teammates wore the Kobe VI, but it was two swingmen out in D.C. stole the show as Andray Blatche wore the Kobe VI Black History Month and Nick Young showed off his tonal-blue PE/iD. Continue reading for a full recap and let us know who had the best kicks. via ESPN.

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