Jason Richardson knocked in seven of his team’s 22 3-pointers – the 2nd-most in NBA history – in a 121-116 victory over the Lakers last night. Richardson finished with 34 points, wearing his Black/Purple/Orange PEAK PE’s. Teammates Grant Hill and Hedo Turkoglu helped out in the Nike Air Max Hyped and adidas adiZero Infiltrate, respectively. For the Lakers, Kobe Bryant donned the Nike Zoom Kobe V, Lamar Odom stayed with the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse, and Ron Artest continued sporting his BALL’N Lay Up signature shoe.
PEAK also made its mark in other games, showing up on the feet of Beno Udrih and Carl Landry in Sacramento, Kevin Love in Atlanta, and Shane Battier and Kyle Lowry in New York.
These shoes and the rest of last night’s NBA Kicks round-up straight ahead…
Part of a 6-game schedule last night, Thunder stars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook laced up their White/Blue/Orange Nike Zoom Hyperfuse PE’s against the Celtics but couldn’t overcome an early 21-point deficit, losing 92-83. Steve Nash’s Nike Zoom Go Low and Jason Richardson’s PEAK model helped the Suns hand Atlanta its first loss of the year, 118-114. Golden State’s Monta Ellis broke out his all-blue And1 ME8 Sovereign Mid to put up 24, 6, and 2 but the Warriors fell to the Pistons 102-97.
Today we have 12 games’ worth of kicks from day 4 of the 2010-11 NBA season. Again, the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse, Nike Hyperdunk 2010, adidas TS Heat Check, and Reebok ZigTech Slash got a lot of court time. Lakers guard Kobe Bryant laced up the Nike Zoom Kobe V “Ink”, while Magic center Dwight Howard showcased the adidas Beast. Continue reading for the kicks image summary of last night’s schedule in NBA Kicks: 10/29/10.
Day 3 of the new NBA season saw a lighter schedule, with only the Wizards/Magic and Suns/Jazz lacing up another round of kicks. Washington’s John Wall broke out the Reebok ZigTech Slash, playing the first half in the Black/Gold/Instinct Blue colorway and switching to the White/Instinct Blue/Minnesota Tan edition for the second half. Continue reading to see the rest of the shoe round-up in our NBA Kicks: 10/28/2010.
Images of Steve Nash’s special make-up Nike Hyperdunk Low were posted yesterday to the Twitter account of fellow Phoenix Suns teammate Jared Dudley (@JaredDudley619). The shoes feature the familiar Hyperdunk tooling and silhouette, but with a re-fitted upper created from manufacturing waste which Nike debuted with Nash last year on a Nike Zoom BB II Low shoe nicknamed the “Trash Talk”. The material design is part of Nike’s Considered design standards which seek to reduce waste, use environmentally preferred materials, and create sustainable manufacturing processes that serve as an overall examination of the environmental impact of a product. Continue reading for more images of the Steve Nash player edition Nike Hyperdunk Low “Trash Talk” shoe.