NBA Feet: Kicks From Around The League – 12/07/10

December 8, 2010 BY

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Nike. adidas. Reebok. Dolce & Gabbana? That’s right, a pair of D&G luxury hightops were spotted on the court, and it was worn by none other than Gilbert Arenas, the man with the most interesting feet in the NBA. Arenas has kept our eyes glued to Wizards basketball due to his sick on-court sneaker selections and his latest pick for yesterday night’s game against the Lakers should stir some interesting debate. Other than Gilbert’s designers, another notable pair was seen on Mike Bibby’s feet, as he wore the Air Jordan XIII ‘Bulls’ Retro that is set to release next Saturday, while his Hawks teammate Damien Wilkins wore the Nike LeBron 8 ‘USA’. Out in Denver, Carmelo Anthony wore the Jordan Melo M7 in Black/University Blue while J.R. Smith went back to his Kobe V ways with a new Kobe V iD. Other notables included Mo Williams’ Hyperfuse PE, Gerald Wallace’s Jordan ‘Ol School IV, and David Lee’s Hyperdunk 2010 PE. Check out all the kicks from last night’s NBA action and let us know who rocked the best sneakers! via ESPN.

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