NBA Feet: Samuel Dalembert – “Custom” Nike Hyperdunk 2010

November 9, 2010 BY

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Tyreke Evans recently ditched the Nike Hyperdunk 2010, citing a ‘lack of ankle support’. Samuel Dalembert thinks there’s too much. The nine-year shot-blocking Center spent his entire career in Philly until switching coasts to Sacramento, and while his 8.2 boards and 2.4 blocks have helped the Kings to a decent 3-3 start, it’s his sneakers that have stolen the spotlight. Seems like a regular pair of the Nike Hyperdunk 2010 but look closely; it features the upper half of the shoe completely sawed off – a Hyperdunk 2010 ‘CS’, if you will (like the SB Blazer). Tyreke Evans and Samuel Dalembert have completely different styles of play and for Dalembert, the upper ankle of the Hyperdunk 2010 seemed to be of no use to Center. Hey Samuel, ever heard of the Zoom Kobe V? Check out Dalembert’s curious kicks from this season and let us know what you think of his ‘custom’ job. via Yahoo!.

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