College Kicks On Court: Teams Lock in for Second Half of Conference Play

Less than three weeks remain before Selection Sunday decides who has a chance to make compete for the 2013 NCAA Championship. As players dig in for a final run, many teams went the route of banding together by all wearing the same shoes. The UConn Women’s basketball team all laced up the unreleased Nike KD V “Aunt Pearl”, while the Cal Bears all rocked the unreleased Air Jordan XX8 “Blue Camo”. St. John’s continued their unified ways by pulling out a brand new colorway of the Nike Zoom Kobe VII iD. Rakeem Christmas headlined Syracuse’s onslaught of kicks with a stunning pair of Nike KD V “Graphic” iD, and Jamaal Franklin was up to his old tricks when he wore the Air Jordan 6 “Carmine” in a game versus UNLV. Not to be outdone, teammate Winston Shepard kept his hot streak going by wearing the Nike Zoom Kobe VII “Galaxy” on court in the same game. University of Tampa’s Austin Rettig makes his second showing in College Kicks On Court, and Rashad Danzy of William Baptist College digs in his closet to rock the Air Jordan 12 “Nubuck” on court.

Keep an eye out for standouts as the College Kicks On Court Mid-Term Grades are just around the corner. Check out what the teams received last semester, and let us know who has done the most to improve their grade. Until then, flip through the images of this week’s College Kicks On Court.

UConn Women in the Nike KD V “Aunt Pearl” C.J. Fair drives in the Nike KD V “Birch” Rakeem Christmas goes up strong in a Nike KD V “Graphic” iD Brandon Triche pushes the rock in the Nike Kobe 8 System “Python” Trevor Cooney drives by a defender in a Nike Kobe 8 System iD Jerami Grant and Michael Carter-Williams trap Markel Starks in the Nike Kobe 8 System “Black History Month”, Jordan Melo M9 “Syracuse” Pe, and Air Jordan XX8 Black/White-Electric Green, respectively C.J. Fair tries to save the ball in the Jordan Melo M9 “Syracuse” PE Kadeem Batts fights through a double team in a Nike Kobe 8 System iD

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