Posted by : Yale Schalk
Josh Smith, adidas adiZero Crazy Light 2
Category : NBA Kicks
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Ray Allen has to be the perfect pitchman for Jordan Brand. All of the gear he sports for the brand looks incredible on him.
Also, it’s too bad that my favorite company does not have stronger representation in the NBA Playoffs this year, unlike with the NCAA’s.
Finally, I guess that Nike has muffled their dirtbag designer Petrie, who probably had an orgasm when the Boom Dizzle went down, especially after switching back to his contracted company.
Yeah, Ray always making his Jordan special makeups look great. It’s a shame he never got his own sig shoe. You could blame small markets early on but Vin Baker of course got one.
What are those shoes that Lou Williams seems to be rocking? They are Converse, but different.
i agree w/ mede, some of the jordan kicks doesnt look nice, but on rey’s feet, it looks ok, looks cool. he’s so smooth!!
im liking them crazylight 2′s, especially the gray colored ones.
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