After last week’s Sneaker Watch had us all seeing red, this week the players returned to some of their team colorways. Of course the signature models of players like Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant, and Baron Davis grab plenty of attention on the court but player exclusives and ID models also turn some heads in this today’s Sneaker Watch.
Ty Lawson stands out the most with a NikeID version of the popular Nike Zoom Flight Five that was made famous by Jason Kidd in the mid-nineties. Lawson’s ID version features light blue and yellow accents on a white base that match the Denver Nuggets home jerseys nicely. Gilbert Arenas continues to display various sneakers from his collection, choosing this year’s Jordan Retro 9 Citrus colorway for Sunday’s loss against the Phoenix Suns.
Who do you think had the best shoes in the latest Sneaker Watch?
Baron Davis in the Li-Ning BD Doom.
Nate Robinson in the Jordan Retro 2 Candy Pack.
Mike Bibby in the Jordan 2010 Team, defended by Jason Williams in the Nike Zoom Kobe V.
Kevin Durant in the new Nike Zoom KD III.
Derrick Rose in the adidas adiZero Rose.
Danilo Gallinari drives in the Reebok Zig Slash PE.
Amare Stoudemire in the Nike Zoom Huarache Trainer.
Brandon Roy in the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse.
Johan Petro with an impressive block wearing the Nike Hyperdunk 2010. Are those leg warmers?
Dwight Howard wearing his adidas TS Beast signature shoe.
Carmelo Anthony in the Jordan Melo M7.
Chris Paul in the upcoming Jordan CP3.IV.
Gilbert Arenas wearing the Jordan Retro 9 Citrus.
Ty Lawson wears the Nike Zoom Flight Five ID to guard Mike Conley in the adidas adiZero Infiltrate.
Another look at Ty Lawson’s Nike Zoom Flight Five ID.