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adidas adiRose 1.5 Low – Black – Red + White – Black – Blue

April 2, 2011 BY / 0

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While not in direct competition as of yet, Derrick Rose and LeBron James will soon face off against each other in the 2011 NBA Playoffs (given the seeding works out). Much attention has been awarded to the Big Three down in Miami, which gave Chicago the right amount of room to sneak up on the entire league and emerge as the number 1 team in the East. Derrick Rose already debuted two different versions of his first signature shoe with adidas, and now we get a look at a low-top version of the adidas adiRose 1.5 in two all-new colorways (one in classic Bulls, a second in Memphis Tigers white/blue/black). Will Rose wear these in the Playoffs? Check out the images below and check for the adiRose 1.5 Low at adidas Basketball retailers now. via solemovement.

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