NBA Feet: Dwyane Wade – Air Jordan XIV ‘Last Shot’
For two games in a row, Dwyane Wade chose to set aside his Fly Wade 2 signatures in favor of the Air Jordan XIV – the shoe that Michael managed to make supremely iconic with a single jump-shot. Wade did his best ‘Last Shot’ impression during the last game by hitting a game-winner in OT in the White/Red colorway, but he didn’t have the same fortune during last night’s intra-Florida match-up against the Orlando Magic. While wearing the Air Jordan XIV ‘Last Shot’, Wade put a Jordan-esque 28 points, 6 boards, 5 assists, 2 steals, and 2 blocks, but opponent Dwight Howard simply had the better game. In any case, Wade certainly wins the night’s sneaker battle with his Air Jordans, so check out Wade in the Last Shot XIV after the jump and let us know what you think. via Yahoo
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damn delz you delz you ballin out of ctonrol my nigga , you got new heat like everyday , are you gonna rock these or you just gonna stock since their from 94, but as we all know the quality of the shoe is much better back then ., when i owned the retro from 2003 them squeeked all over the floor. superkix dont work for by the way , some of the shoes i typed in i couldn't find or they were mad expensive.
If he plays elite level basketball in shoes that we all believe to have crappy materials, what does this mean?
leborn had 2 points in the 4th quarter and overtime and only their roll players played well. how the fock you figured they should have won? Magic even had 24 turnovers and they still won. That was a well deserved loss. kill yourself
I think the Fly Wade 2 is whats been the cause of his injures. After his last ankle sprint he started wearing the XIV's