February 17, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 15
The Orlando Magic have held onto Dwight Howard in this young NBA season specifically because they don’t want to deal with questions about having traded him before hosting this year’s All-Star celebration. Either way, it’s going to be a major topic of discussion next weekend, so perhaps the Magic front office should try to get some value for him before it’s too late. It’s not like leaving the Magic to play for another team would totally diminish his history in central Floriday, anyway; just look at all the noise a long-retired player is making who hasn’t worn the black and blue for over a decade! Penny Hardaway’s Nike Sportswear retros are taking center stage as we approach the Amway Center extravaganza, and the Nike Air Flight One Quickstrike with a glow-in-the-dark sole proves that history doesn’t remember you just for your immediate impact. This Dark Grey and Fresh Mint release brings along with it the Florida Space Coast theme that’s made its mark on the Nike Baksetball signatures as well as a trio of Dunk High QSes, and with an ‘Orlando’ AFOne coming up with the same February 23rd release date, which ones will you end up buying at NSW shops like Wish?
Nike Air Flight One
Dark Grey/Fresh Mint-Wolf Grey
Why aren't the price listed for these or the galaxys, suspect ! The shoe game, NO !!! Nike has lost there mind with calling shoes all these different fuity names, over hyping product, after a few months or a year something else is going 2 be presented 2 the public, starting some new hype. The galaxeys should be no more than 250 260 at best, but unfortuantly because has believed a lie, people r going 2 pay an arm leg and foot, with these prices, it mite cost a few people there lives, all because of hype and lazy people who don't want 2 get up and find a job ! I'm out ! Father-Son-and the Holy Ghost, Dr Theresa Ann Garrison-Peace !
Damn!! these are Clean.. Imma try to cop these! since god knows I wont get the Galaxies with the limited release n all