October 31, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
Many experts predicted the Philadelphia 76ers would finish dead last in the NBA standings this year. Then they went out and defeated the two-time defending champion Miami Heat, and now the season suddenly has promise. It’s not exactly a ‘Flu Game’ but is an impressive effort, which might also be same of these Air Jordan XIIs that Sixers guard Tony Wroten commissioned star sneaker customizer Mache to make. These are a pair of the 2009 Flu Games with blue taking over the typically black nubuck upper, and the tribute colorway’s heel inscription made to highlight the ‘8’ matching Wroten’s jerseys. Stick with Sneaker News to see when these come up on NBA Feet and let us know what you think of Mache’s latest after you’ve seen more below.