Rajon Rondo hosted a special charity basketball exhibition game at Harvard University this past Saturday, bringing together a number of Boston Celtics players that were members of the 2008 Championship team. Rondo was joined by teammates Paul Pierce, Marquis Daniels, and Jeff Green as well as former Celtics Nate Robinson, Kendrick Perkins, and Leon Powe. During the Charity Game, a few notable sneakers were spotted on court, like Nate Robinson’s Black/Cement III, Rajon Rondo’s Hyperfuse 2011, Powe’s Jordan 6-17-23, and one of the more infrequent Feet sightings – the Air Jordan VII ‘Flint’ (a 2006 release). Check out the extra shots below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more NBA Lockout Feet action! via thecrimson.
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B Easy fellas....Not everybody knows the AJ terminology. The Flints do need a comeback tho. I doubt it will be anytime soon since we just went through a AJ7 stage with the cardinals, Bordeauxs and Orions.