words // Nick Engvall
Wednesday night, Gilbert Arenas and Juwan Howard each reached into the closet and pulled out a colorway of the Jordan Retro 5. Although we haven’t seen this model released in either of these colorways in a few years, the Jordan Retro 5 will return later this year in a number of colorways.
Gilbert has rocked the Jordan Retro 5 already this season, in the midst of his contract-less array of his personal collection, but Juwan Howard in the “Fire Red” colorway comes as a surprise.
So which player rocked the better colorway?
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Dwyane Wade in the Air Jordan 2011.
Leandro Barbosa in the adidas adiZero Rose 1.5.
Chris Paul in his latest signature, the Jordan CP3.IV.
Dwight Howard in the adidas Superbeast.
LeBron in the Air Max LeBron VIII V2.
Monta Ellis throws one down wearing his And 1 signature.
Ray Allen in the Jordan Retro 9 Bin 23.
Rajon Rondo in the Nike Air Max BB 360.
Kevin Durant in the Zoom KD III defended by LeBron in the Air Max LeBron VIII V2.
Juwan Howard brought out a pair of the Jordan Retro 5.
Gilbert Arenas also brought out a pair of the Jordan Retro 5.