Posted by : Yale Schalk
Paul George, Nike Kobe VII
Category : NBA Kicks
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A few things, the Spurs players do not wear the Nike high end shoes it seems, with the big man DuJuan Blair rocking GR Air Jordan’s, being the only exception.
Secondly, the Heat is in dire need of a point guard, and I think it’s pretty clear. LeBron and Wade dominate the ball way to much, which takes the whole team out of rhythm. They need someone to tell LeBron to go into the post, then feeding him the ball down there, then telling Wade to wait up on the wing in order to get the offense started, then getting everyone involved. LeBron is not a point guard, neither is Wade.
Congrats to the Celts, Indiana, the Spurs and the Thunder, for showing TEAM Basketball in this seasons playoffs.
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