In October of 2009, Hasheem Thabeet signed a three-year endorsement deal with Li-Ning. Today we take a look at the signature shoe Li-Ning developed for the Memphis Grizzlies‘ second overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. The model comes styled on a White base with Grizzlies’ Blue and Gold colored accents and features the number “34″ on the back pull tab and Thabeet’s interlocking initials “HT” crafted into a personal logo on the tongue. No expected U.S. release as of yet. Continue reading for multiple detailed images of Hasheem Thabeet’s player exclusive Li-Ning shoes.
Normally, the feet of Memphis Grizzlies player Hasheem Thabeet doesn’t conjure up much for public discussion but we received the heads up from Playmaker Mobile that the 7-foot-3-inch center wore the Black/Charcoal/Red Air Jordan VII‘s this past NBA All-Star Weekend in Dallas. The reason why that may be slightly interesting is that Thabeet signed a three-year endorsement deal with Li-Ning just a few months ago in October 2009. From a brief check of recent NBA games, we’ve also spotted Thabeet wearing the Jordan 60+ “Laney H.S.” model alternately with a Grizzlies team colored Li-Ning shoe. The exact terms of Thabeet’s Li-Ning footwear deal are unknown but we’ll update with any developments.
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