February 27, 2012 BY John Kim / 30
With three of its signature athletes making up 30% of the 2012 NBA All-Star starters, Jordan Brand already had major presence during the fun-filled weekend. Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, and Dwyane Wade all made their presence felt by making appearances in front of thousands of fans at Footaction for special in-store events hosted by DJ Khaled and Jadakiss, while participating in the Air Jordan 2012 ‘Flight Lab’, which featured a sick installation as well as an outdoor hooping area. A ton of celebrities also showed up in Orlando wearing some Air Jordans, like Jadakiss, who wore the Air Jordan III ‘True Blue’, J Cole, spotted in the Air Jordan III ‘White/Cement’, DJ Khaled, wearing the Jordan Spiz’ike ‘Knicks’ in Blue, Wale, hooping in the Air Jordan 2012 ‘Wolf Grey’, and T.I., who rocked the Air Jordan IV ‘White/Cement’. Check out all of the Jordan Brand athletes and notable celebrities after the jump and let us know who had the best ‘Feet’!
I thought it was sick to know that the event was held in Orlando this year - and everyone was here for the weekend. Nice to know Orlando had some nice excitement for once and not just about some bullshit tourism and Disney. Great choice in kicks, would've been cool too meet even one of them. I don't care for the 2012s, everything else looks pretty nice though.
Not sure if it is me but the grey 4's look so dam good no matter what. I really pray the bred 4's drop this year like it is intended to.
forget all dat! The white/red 14s drop in march!!! John K B Dunne or A boogie aka Aaron Hope I need a release date asap preciate it!!!!!
I'll never understand why Khaled has money. What does he actually do besides yell stupid ass phrases on wack ass tracks? Hip-hop is so weak right now.
I agree my man- saw a vid hosted by the shoe game.com and he didn't even know there was an infrared Jordan pack until they told him during the video shoot- "Poser"
im not sure what connection you are trying to make, rap to me is simply spitting bars, Hip-Hop is made to appeal to mainstream with catchy beats and r&b hooks
you got it backwards homie (no disrespect) "rap" is something you do.... "hip hop" is something you live..... -the great KRS.ONE