March 11, 2013 BY John Kim
Is this just another run-of-the-mill weekend recap of NBA Feet? Definitely not your average, because the last three days were rather eventful in the world of sneakers, starting off with John Wall’s official on-court debut of the adidas CrazyQuick Basketball. DeAndre Jordan pulled off what might be the Dunk of the year while wearing the UA top-selling Micro G Spine, Kenyon Martin got some nice minutes for the undermanned Knicks while switching the Blue Knicks Spiz’ikes and the Fontay Montanas, Kobe wore a fan-designed Kobe 8 iD, Deron Williams set an NBA record while wearing a camo PE of the Hyperdisruptor (he wore another version on Sunday), and LeBron wore an Area 72-inspired PE of the LeBron X. Retros were key as well, with Arnett Moultrie of the Sixers rocking the Aqua VIII, Rudy Gay presenting the Black/Cement III, and Derrick Williams showing off the Redwood Air Jordan XIV. Peep the gallery below, and stay tuned for more NBA Feet as the season winds down.
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