Jeff Teague, Wake Forest product and current facilitator of the Minnesota Timberwolves, keeps a solid rotation on himself. Averaging 12 points and 8 assists this season, Teague is a solid contributor to the Wolves’ system.
Teague’s rotation is stacked with some of the game’s most recognizable sneaker silhouettes. From the Nike Air Zoom Generation to the revolutionary Nike Zoom Kobe 4 and more, Teague is solidifying himself as a dedicated sneakerhead.
Take a look at some of the flavors he brings to the court in our latest Kicks On Court Spotlight installment. Stay up to date with everything KOC here for more content throughout the rest of the NBA season.
Nike Zoom Kobe 4 “Prelude”
+ The Kobe 4 was groundbreaking as one of the first low-top signatures in the league as it paved the way for the future of basketball shoes
+ Teague dished 10 dimes as the Wolves beat the Pacers by a score of 101-91
Nike Zoom LeBron 2 “Crimson”
+ The Nike Zoom LeBron 2 was a huge improvement in the King’s line in such a short turnaround with an increase in Zoom Air, a velcro strap for stability and Pebax shell for the league’s biggest wing
+ Teague also brought out the Nike Zoom Kobe 4 “Prelude” and the Nike Air Zoom Generation against the Rockets
Air Jordan 5 “Paris Saint-Germain”
+ The collab between soccer club Paris Saint-Germain and Jordan Brand showcased the international impact Jumpman and basketball have
+ The Air Jordan 5 was inspired by World War 2 Mustang fighter jets and also features a 3M tongue among other features
Nike Zoom Kobe 6 “Grinch”
+ The Kobe 6 “Grinch” was debuted by Bryant on Christmas Day all the way back in 2010
+ That year’s Christmas Pack also included the LeBron 8 and KD III
Nike Air Zoom Generation “Wheat”
+ The AZG was heavily used by LeBron during his rookie campaign with the Cavs back in 2003
+ The “Wheat” and other colorways of the AZG have been retroed as Nike honors the King’s legacy