December 14, 2010 BY Aaron Hope
Six-foot-seven swingman Bobby Simmons has played all of 16 minutes this NBA season, but in the early and middle 2000s, he was considered a potential star. Simmons was drafted out of Illinois by Michael Jordan and the Washington Wizards in 2002 but went on to have his highest scoring seasons in ’04 and ’05 with the LA Clippers. And in a career that’s included those teams plus the Bucks, Nets and this year with the Spurs, Chicago-native Simmons has never played for a team with white, black and red as its colors. But that’s the combo in place on this Air Jordan VIII Bobby Simmons PE, one that features the ’21’ he wore all but this year (that’s Tim Duncan’s number) stitched into the lateral ankles. Turns out they were crafted for his tenure in Milwaukee for home games at the Bradley Center, and you can grab this once-worn Bobby Simmons PE now from size-extra-medium on eBay.