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Nike Hyperdunk – Josh Childress P.E.

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An upclose shot of Atlanta Hawks turned Greek and Euroleague player Josh Childress’ player edition Nike Hyperdunks have surfaced online. The shoes prominently feature the stylized headshot silhouette of Childress and his nickname “J-Chill”. On the other side of the shoe, Childress’ current jersey number “6” with Olympiacos Piraeus is displayed on the tongue. Look for more player edition sneaker coverage on Counter Kicks soon.

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Oversize Sneaker Collection = Moving Sucks

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NBA Kicks: Sorry, The Only Dunk Blake Griffin Had Last Night Was His Shoes

Category : adidas, Air Jordan, Jordan Brand, NBA Kicks, Nike, PEAK, Reebok, Under Armour


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NBA Kicks: Players Close Preseason Not Wearing Air Jordan 11 Concords For Concords Eve

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NBA Kicks: 12/08/10 – Gil, We’re Watching You

Category : adidas, Air Jordan, AND1, ANTA, Jordan Brand, Li-Ning, NBA Kicks, Nike, Reebok, Under Armour

How do you follow Dolce & Gabbana?

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NBA Kicks: 11/18/10 – Magic Shox Nash-less Suns

Category : adidas, Jordan Brand, NBA Kicks, Nike, PEAK, Reebok

Diverse team effort in diverse kicks.

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NBA Kicks: 11/15/10 – Mavericks Hand Paul, CP3.III First Loss

Category : adidas, AND1, CounterKicks, Jordan Brand, NBA Kicks, Nike, PEAK, Reebok

Undefeated run in sig shoe ends.

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NBA Kicks: 11/05/10 – John Wall’s New York Debut

Category : adidas, Air Jordan, ANTA, Converse, CounterKicks, Jordan Brand, Le Coq Sportif, Li-Ning, NBA Kicks, Nike, PEAK, Reebok, Under Armour

Last night, Wizards guard John Wall wore the Reebok ZigTech Slash “Gold Rush” special edition against the Knicks in his New York City debut. Among other kicks action, Celtics guard Nate Robinson and Pistons guard Richard Hamilton broke out Air Jordan 2 Retros, and Dwight Howard got some playing time in the “Home” adidas Beast. Also making appearances: Le Coq Sportif, PEAK, Li-Ning, Anta, and Converse. It’s all here. Continue reading for last night’s kicks recap with NBA Kicks: 11/05/10.