November 14, 2013 BY Patrick Johnson / 6c
While March Madness is an entire season away, you wouldn’t notice it by the feverish picks players around the country laced up in the first week of NCAA regular season games. From Marquette’s Air Jordan connection (especially Senior guard Jake Thomas wearing both the number 23 and a pair of the upcoming Air Jordan XI “Gamma Blue”) to a plethora of Nike LeBron 11 and KD 6 PEs for the likes of Michigan State, Duke, and Kentucky, it’s a safe bet that this season in NCAA Feet will have plenty of surprises. So with the season already underway, there’s plenty of heat to be seen from the last 7 days of games around the country, so hit the click and let us know which pair was your favorite in the comments.
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@trentbg what heat........
Im just saying the Penn Quakers brought out the heat, two players and KD 5 Eybl, there was the Toro 4s, jordan 10, and one player who had the KD Eybl changed at halftime and put on Kobe 8 Graffiti's.
Them boyz Jabari Parker & Andrew Wiggins are da TRUTH... Julius Randle is a good big man too... Next yrs draft is gonna b a good 1
I see a lot of showing out for KD..mostly 6s but I see and 5 in there too. I've always said it, KD doesn't make shoes for style, he makes them for playing BASKETBALL. I think thats why most people bash his sneaker, but if you actually wore them, and played in them, you would know its a great shoe. I just wish "sneakerheads" had a view outside of Jordan's and Foam's...