September 8, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 4
During a stretch from 1995 to 2005, most of the NBA’s top young stars entered the league’s draft straight after their senior proms, forgoing the opportunity for a free college degree in favor of the instant millions available for lottery picks. Dwight Howard was the last prep-to-pros #1 pick and it’ll stay that way for some time unless the new collective bargaining agreement (knock on wood) offers an unexpected shift in what has been a fairly successful policy. So while high school ballers must bide their time for at least a single collegiate season, that just means they have to impress over an even longer time span, and what better way to stand out on the court than with the flyest kicks in sight? Complex has put together a list of the 25 Best Sneakers Worn in High School Basketball History, so strap up your Air Mags and get ready to travel to the past for such unlikely sights as Michael Jordan wearing adidas!
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I hope K.Walker has a good rookie season they been hating on him for his height blah blah blah, i'm interested to see what shoes he'll be wearing
If i didn't see the Dunbar jersey, i would've thought Mugsey was about 11 years old lmao! Thats to funny lol.