When it comes to Kicks On Court history, there are three names that hold higher esteem than any others: Michael Jordan, Nick “Swaggy P” Young and Matt Bonner. While the two former names on the list still are involved in league activities via ownership and three-point precision™, the latter player and former Spur is putting his sneakers in the rafters.
Announcing his retirement via coiski (helmed by Nice Kicks alums George Kiel and Sid Ashford), the Red Rocket was a pioneer of digital media by securing a shoe deal with adidas while taking over our own Twitter account. On top of that, the man that made New Balance as famous as James Worthy on the hardwood loved sneakers almost as much as sandwiches, blowing out his kicks in games, throwing rocking All-Star Weekend parties for a good cause and even getting his own Christmas customs from Dank. The game will miss you. Play on player.
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