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The NBA Playoffs this weekend reminds you of why they are so great. From Manu Ginobli playing through a broken nose, to Brandon Roy returning to the hardwood for the Blazers barely a week after having surgery to repair a torn meniscus, this weekend displayed the type of action and heart that basketball fans live for.

The young Oklahoma City Thunder, led by Kevin Durant, won again at home against the defending champs, the Los Angeles Lakers. In Miami, it took 46 points from D-Wade to keep the hope alive for the Miami Heat, who are now down 3-1 to the Boston Celtics. While the Bobcats have shown a lot of fight, the lack of experience has them win-less, and down three games to the Orlando Magic.

In this edition of Sneaker Watch we get a look at a wide range of shoes, from favorites in the Jordan line, to recent retro Air Penny III’s, to Quentin Richardson breaking out a pair of the upcoming Air Jordan Retro 2. Check out all the sneakers from this weekend’s action below.

Carlos Boozer in the Nike Hyperize PE.

Carmelo Anthony in the Jordan Melo M6 Future Sole.

Mike Bibby shoots a jumper wearing the Air Jordan 13.

Joe Johnson wearing the Jordan Six Rings.

Kevin Durant in the Nike KD II PE drives past Kobe Bryant wearing the Nike Zoom Kobe V Playoff.

Tyrus Thomas dunks in the Nike Zoom Flip’N.

Larry Hughes wearing the Nike Blue Chip II.

Dwight Howard slams in down with two hands in the adidas TS Supernatural Commander.

Michael Beasley and Kevin Garnett both wearing PE colorways of the adidas TS Supernatural Commander

Quentin Richardson of the Heat shoots wearing the Air Jordan II against Paul Pierce of the Celtics in the Nike Air Legacy.

Ray Allen lays it in wearing the Jordan Icons PE.

Paul Pierce, in the Nike Air Legacy, shoots over Dorell Wright wearing the Nike Air Penny III.

Dwyane Wade celebrates wearing the Air Jordan 2010 PE.

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