PJ Tucker Had A Busy Weekend, Rocking Supreme 5s And Red October Yeezys

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PJ Tucker has cemented himself as one of the premier sneakerheads in the NBA, as he frequently shows out with some of the most exclusive kicks in his arsenal on a nightly basis. It’d be one thing to have them as a part of his collection, but Tucker goes as far as to wear some of your grails for 27 minutes a night in the grueling speed of the NBA. What this does to the Red October Yeezys or even his most recent wear, the Supreme x Air Jordan 5, we can’t even imagine in terms of wear and tear, but props to PJ for throwing caution to the wind and keeping our NBA Feet series interesting. Be sure to check out his latest two selections from the weekend – two of the most hyped releases in the past half decade – and let us know which pair he wore better by taking your thoughts to the comments section.

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CyrusGuo
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Damn I would never play in Red October.  Actually, I'd never buy Red Octobers.

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