Posted by : Yale Schalk
LaMarcus Aldridge, Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2011
Category : 361 Degrees, adidas, Air Jordan, Jordan Brand, NBA Kicks, Nike
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funniest part is that ADIDAS actually has the better performing shoes by far last year AND this year…… so 87.5% of the players aren’t performing to their peak!
I guess that’s one of the reasons for the drastic increase of price in Nike hoop shoes, they had to pay all those guys to wear’em.
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