This past weekend the NBA Playoffs put the finishing touches on the first round and stepped into the first games of the second round match-ups. For the most part, there weren’t many surprises, but definitely some good games took place. It may have taken seven games for the Atlanta Hawks to get past the Milwaukee Bucks, but that works out best for fans of Sneaker Watch, as it gave Mike Bibby and Joe Johnson more time to display their player exclusive colorways of various Jordan shoes. Not to be outdone, the Nuggets’ J.R. Smith and Carmelo Anthony also brought out some nice Jordans. It wasn’t enough to lift them past the Jazz though. LeBron’s elbow should no longer be a concern as the recently announced 2010 NBA MVP put up MVP-like stats with 35 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks, as the Cavs took game one against the Celtics.
Check out some of the sneakers from around the Playoffs this weekend below.
Joe Johnson prepares for Friday night’s game against the Bucks in the Air Jordan 12 PE.
Mike Bibby in the Jordan One6One7 PE, complete with his “Team Dime” logo on the tongue.
J.R. Smith’s Air Jordan 11 Anniversary editions couldn’t help the Nuggets beat the Jazz.
Carmelo Anthony, wearing the Jordan Melo M6 Future Sole, puts up a shot over Wesley Matthews in the Nike Huarache 2010.
Joe Johnson shoots a jumper in the Air Jordan 12 PE to help lift the Hawks past the Bucks.
Mike Bibby, in the Jordan One6One7 PE, shoots over Brandon Jennings, wearing his Under Armour Prototypes.
Newly crowned MVP, LeBron James in the Nike LeBron VII PS posts up Paul Pierce in the Nike Air Legacy.
Mo Williams in the Nike Air Max Hyperize PE drives past Tony Allen wearing the adidas TS Supernatural Creator PE.
Kevin Garnett throws down a dunk in the adidas TS Supernatural Commander.
LeBron James, victorious in the Nike LeBron VII PS.
Carlos Boozer, in the Nike Air Max Hyperize PE, frustrated after Lamar Odom scores wearing the Nike Zoom Kobe IV.
Deron Williams dunks in the Nike Hyperfuse.
Kobe celebrates in the Nike Zoom Kobe V.