NBA Feet: Weekend Recap – 2/1 – 2/3

February 4, 2013 BY

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Who knew a blockbuster trade would have an effect on NBA Feet? The biggest news of the NBA trade market this season has been Rudy Gay’s sudden departure from the contending Memphis Grizzlies to the bottom-dwelling Toronto Raptor, but emerging from that headline is another contender for the NBA Feet champion for the 2012-2013 Season. While he’s been steadily rocking some great PEs of the Hyperposite and other Nike Basketball kicks with Memphis, he’s kicked off his Toronto tenure with two straight Air Jordan appearances – the Carmines on his debut night and the Taxis yesterday. In other news, Derrick Williams of the T’Wolves wore the Air Jordan XIII ‘University Blue’ (an oft-overlooked AJ13 Retro), Kevin Durant whipped out a sick OKC PE with a gradient midsole and a neat graphic on the inner lining, and the Stealth Foams continue to be a popular pick as Kawhi Leonard and Norris Cole whip their pairs out. The rest of this weekend’s NBA Feet is just below, so enjoy!

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