Gilbert Arenas’ Greatest Hits of the 2010-11 NBA Season

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Last season, Gilbert Arenas made all the improper headlines in the NBA newswire and on Sneaker News. After a locker-room incident that led to a suspension for the remainder of the year, adidas Basketball terminated his contract, leaving the man free to roam about with whatever sneakers he wanted to wear. It wouldn’t be until the following season that we’d see Gilbert Arenas back on an NBA court, and his return was a relentless outpouring of sneakers from his personal collection that caught the attention of sneakerheads nationwide. Sneaker News began documenting his nightly wears, which included a grab-bag of Air Jordans and Nike Basketball Retros, as well as shoes that had no purpose on an NBA court, like the D&G high-tops and Jordan CMFT hybrids. Now that Gilbert and the Orlando Magic are done for the season, Sneaker News has compiled Gilbert’s Greatest Hits of the 2010-11 NBA Season, so take a look below and make sure you vote for your favorite at the very end!

 

 

 

 

Nike Air Go LWP ‘Orlando’

Air Jordan XI ‘Cool Grey’

Air Jordan VI Low ‘University Blue’

Air Jordan VI ‘2008 Olympic’

Air Jordan IV ‘Military Blue’

Air Jordan VIII Low ‘Chrome’

Air Jordan VII ‘Chambray’

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