College Kicks On Court: Breast Cancer Awareness and Coaches vs. Cancer Spotlight

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College basketball teams across the country raised awareness for cancer this past weekend with their sneakers. The Breast Cancer Awareness movement and annual Coaches vs. Cancer tradition were both carried out in style, with many teams wearing pink and many coaches shelving their dress shoes. Led by four Jordan Brand-sponsored schools who all wore “Breast Cancer Awareness” Jordan Melo M10 PEs, pink Nike Zoom HyperRevs and adidas Crazy Light 3s also couldn’t be missed on NCAA courts. Tom Izzo and John Beilein led the way by wearing sneakers in their prime time in-state showdown, while Marquette’s Buzz Williams matched their pink jerseys by covering both bases. Although the two great causes were the headline of the weekend, the wide array of rare sneakers that we’ve grown accustom to seeing around the entire nation were still in full effect.

Click through all of the pages to see all of the sneakers worn by the players and coaches on the college basketball landscape. Tell us who you think won the weekend in the comment section at the bottom of the page, and keep checking back to Nice Kicks for more College Kicks On Court the rest of the season.

Derrick Wilson dribbles in a Jordan Melo M10 “Breast Cancer Awareness” PE Tyrone Wallace gets control in a Jordan Melo M10 “Breast Cancer Awareness” PE Devin Brooks in the Nike Zoom HyperRev “Breast Cancer Awareness” and Aaron Bowen in a Jordan Melo M10 “Breast Cancer Awareness” PE Nate Britt in a Jordan Melo M10 “Breast Cancer Awareness” PE Jordan Melo M10 “Breast Cancer Awareness” PE

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