Stunting in the OKC.
The Oklahoma City Thunder shook up its shoe rotation in last night’s 114-93 win over the New Jersey Nets.
Russell Westbrook, to this point a staunch Nike Zoom Hyperfuse wearer, broke out the new Nike Air Max Fly By. Like the Hyperfuse, the shoe features a vented upper but adds an ankle strap and a heel Max Air unit.
Westbrook’s teammates got into the change-up act. Nick Collison and Jeff Green played in the inline White/Blue colorway of the Nike Zoom KD III, Thabo Sefolosha switched to the Nike KD II, and Serge Ibaka chose a White/Orange makeup of the adidas adiZero Infiltrate. Kevin Durant stayed with his “Home” Nike Zoom KD III.
Elsewhere, the Jordan Take Flight continued to get exposure, with Charlotte’s Stephen Jackson and Washington’s Josh Howard sporting team-colored editions. Celtics guard Nate Robinson laced up the Nike LeBron 8 “Triple Black” yet again. And Vince Carter made his first Suns appearance, wearing a White/Silver colorway of the Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010.
Looks like PEAK has added another NBA athlete to its growing player roster. Utah rookie Gordon Hayward wore a pair of PEAK in the Jazz’s road win over the Clippers.
All of these kicks and more ahead…