Dwyane Wade looking picturesque in the Air Jordan 2011.
Well, maybe not a dunk-off on the same court, but Dwyane Wade and Blake Griffin both had poster-esque dunks on Monday. Wade’s high-flying jam came on a dish from LeBron James. The Clippers’ Blake Griffin showed us again why he’s most people’s favorite in the upcoming 2011 NBA Slam Dunk Contest with a powerful windmill dunk on a breakaway.
Not to be outdone by the high-flying superstars, the star of most of this season’s Sneaker Watches, Gilbert Arenas pulled out another impressive pair of kicks from his collection. Arenas took to the court against the Memphis Grizzlies wearing the Air Jordan Retro 5 LS in the Black and University Blue colorway.
Who stole the spotlight in today’s Sneaker Watch? Dwyane Wade, Blake Griffin, or was it Gilbert’s footwear choice that deserves the nod?
Blake Griffin warms up for the dunk contest with a windmill jam in the Nike Air Max Fly By.
John Wall drives in the Reebok Zig Slash.
Another look at the Air Jordan 2011 on the feet of Dwyane Wade.
Dwight Howard gives his best effort at a picturesque dunk in the adidas TS Beast.
Gilbert Arenas drives in the Air Jordan Retro 5 LS.
Carmelo Anthony takes it to the hole in the Jordan Melo M7.
Brook Lopez had a big game in the adidas TS Heat Check.
A.J. Price continues to be a fan of the Jordan Retro 12 Rising Sun.
Brandon Jennings avoids defenders in the Under Armour Black Ice.
Someone, get this man a drink; Eduardo Najera needs a refill for a fan wearing the adidas TS Heat Check.
J.R. Smith with an acrobatic layup in the Nike Air Max LeBron VIII V2.