The concept of wearing two different shoe models during an NBA game isn’t new. But two different models with completely opposite colorways with the same uniform? Add this accomplishment to Ron Artest’s résumé.
The Lakers forward balled out in both the White/Purple/Gold BALL’N Lay Up and the Grey/White BALL’N All Out, adding 13 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists and 1 steal to help L.A. stomp the Mavs, 110-82. The next logical step for Artest is to mix-and-match models and colorways. And don’t think he wouldn’t try it.
It was a two game schedule last night, with the Celtics stopping by San Antonio to pick up 107-97 win over the Spurs. Many of that game’s kicks were reruns – Nike Max Air BB 360 Low, Jordan Evolution ’85, ANTA KG 1, Nike Air Max Fly By – but Antonio McDyess managed to make things interesting with a White/Black pair of Jordan Jumpman Pro’s, while Tim Duncan returned in his adidas TS Bounce Commander “Home”.
NBA Kicks roundup ahead…