Rajon Rondo decided to go another route with his kicks last night.
Maybe he shouldn’t have.
The Boston Celtics points guard broke out the Nike Air Max 360 BB Low and then sprained his left ankle in the second half. He later returned but noticeably favored the ankle for the rest of the game.
While blaming the shoe for his injury might be premature, one wonders if Rondo isn’t eying his Hyperfuses again.
Down in Miami, Dwyane Wade switched up kicks during the game, sporting the Air Jordan 2010 and Jordan Evolution ’85 to get the job done against Cleveland.
Elsewhere, Chris Paul settled into his Jordan CP3.IV, Tyrus Thomas stayed with the Air Jordan 13 Retro “Flint”, and Steve Nash, Channing Frye and Goran Dragic made the Nike Zoom Go Low a team bonding experience.
NBA Kicks ahead. Let’s go…