Footwear Flashback: Rondo Goes Dancing in “Neutral Grey” Jordan 13s

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Footwear Flashback

Big games mean big sneakers for Rajon Rondo. Sunday’s All-Star Game saw the pro point guard go out of this world with the ?Galaxy? Foamposites, but his college days saw more down-to-earth retros. The Air Jordan 13 ?Neutral Grey? was the shoe of choice for Rondo’s NCAA Tournament debut. The quiet colorway resulted in a loud performance, carrying Rajon to 12 points, five steals, and four assists in a Wildcat win.

Who: Rajon Rondo
Kicks: Air Jordan 13 “Neutral Grey”
Event: First Round of NCAA Tournament
Date: March 17th, 2005

Rajon Rondo in the Air Jordan 13 "Neutral Grey"

Rajon Rondo in the Air Jordan 13 "Neutral Grey"

Rajon Rondo in the Air Jordan 13 "Neutral Grey"

Rajon Rondo in the Air Jordan 13 "Neutral Grey"

Rajon Rondo in the Air Jordan 13 "Neutral Grey"

Rajon Rondo in the Air Jordan 13 "Neutral Grey"

Air Jordan 13 "Neutral Grey"

Air Jordan 13 "Neutral Grey"

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Ian Stonebrook lives in Austin, TX where he spends most of his time kicking it with friends and fam, hooping, golfing and going out.

21 Comments on "Footwear Flashback: Rondo Goes Dancing in “Neutral Grey” Jordan 13s"

    • have you ever watched a college basketball game? NCAA players have been doing this for years. patrick ewing made this famous waaaay back in his georgetown days and it stuck around ever since.?

    • Jays4Dayzzz

      cuz he is super skinny that nigga look madd funny with just his UK jersey on. He has put on some more muscle in the NBA?

    • College career
      Ewing, one of the most highly recruited freshmen ever, signed a letter of intent to accept to play for Coach?John Thompson?atGeorgetown University. As a?freshman?during the 1981-1982 season, Ewing became one of the first college players to start and star on the varsity team as a freshman. While at Georgetown, he developed a habit of wearing a short sleeved t-shirt underneath his sleeveless jersey. This started a fashion trend among young athletes that lasts to this day.

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