Brandon Jennings has switched up primarily to the Under Armour Micro G Black Ice Low since All-Star break and even donned an all-white edition recently. Last night for the Bucks’ road game in D.C., Jennings rocked the Silver Grey/White colorway of the Black Ice Low that he debuted at the 2011 Rookie-Sophomore Challenge, leading all scorers with 23 points in a 95-76 Bucks victory over Reebok Question-wearing John Wall and the Wizards. Wall finished with 10 points, 9 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals and 1 block.
In Miami, there are two things that haven’t changed much the last couple of weeks: kicks selections and losing. LeBron James laced up his “Home” LeBron 8 V/2, Dwyane Wade chose the Team Red/White Air Jordan 2011, Mike Bibby stayed with the Jordan CP3.IV and the Heat lost to the visiting Trail Blazers, 105-96. It was Miami’s fifth straight loss, and sixth of their last 10 games. For the victors, Gerald Wallace led in his Air Jordan 13′s with a solid 22 point, 9 rebound performance off the bench.
In Atlanta, Kobe Bryant opted for a Black/Purple pair of Nike Zoom Kobe VI to put up 26 in a Lakers win, while Thaddeus Young kept his run the Nike Air Zoom Huarache 2K4 alive in Indianapolis. Keep a sharp eye open for Courtney Lee in some Black/Cement Air Jordan 3 again, as well as Aaron Brooks balling in Phoenix flavored Nike Zoom Hyperfuse Lows.
All these kicks and more ahead in NBA Kicks…