NBA Sneaker Watch: Monta Ellis Rocks "He Got Game" 13's
As college basketball continues its conference tournaments and nearing the start of March Madness (NCAA Tournament), the NBA regular season edges near the playoffs as a myriad of teams were on schedule Friday night around the league. And SneakerWatch is on hand with another sneaker recap, showcasing what the athletes laced up. We begin with the Milwaukee Bucks' shooting guard Monta Ellis who laced up this morning's release of the "He Got Game" Air Jordan 13 as he went up against LeBron James who led his Miami Heat team to another consecutive victory in a black/red version of his tenth signature sneaker.
Nate Robinson of the Chicago Bulls brought out the "Flu Game" Air Jordan 12's while Kevin Durant balled out in his OKC Home KD 5's. Kobe Bryant laced up his contest-winning NikeiD 8's even with a sprained ankle as his Lakers defeated the Pacers who saw their All Star Paul George in the black/cement Air Jordan 3's. Markieff Morris of the Phoenix Suns wore the "Phoenix" Foamposite Ones while DeMar DeRozan went with the Year of the Snake Kobe 8's. His teammate Alan Anderson laced up with the black/silver Air Jordan 17's along with Amir Johnson who was seen in the "Crimson" Air Jordan 3's, capping off a great night of footwear around the NBA.
Click through to get a full look at all the kicks the athletes wore on Friday night and let us know who you feel had the best sneaker sighting. Images: ESPN/Yahoo