January 16, 2012 BY John Kim / 5
On the night of February 10th, 2011, Ray Allen became the NBA’s all-time leader in three-pointers made, eclipsing Reggie Miller’s mark of 2,560 makes. That night, Ray wore the Air Jordan XIII PE that would later hit stores as a limited release, which today commands close to $1,000 in the open market. This past Friday, in a game against the Chicago Bulls, Ray Allen broke out his PEs once again, scoring 16 points and adding two more three-points to his ever-increasing record. Ray turns thirty-seven years old this July, and although his contract with the Celtics ends at the end of this season, he certainly has the game and physique to play several more years, making his record almost untouchable. Check out Ray and his kicks after the jump and let us know how many more years you think Ray Allen has left in his tank! via Yahoo!.
I think we can all agree these are nice pair of PEs but i'm curious to if Jordan brand has considered making an alternate color for their away jerseys. Green/White instead of White/Green...wonder if those would be fire