Kicks On Court: Rip Brings Air Jordan 4 “Cement” to Hardwood

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Two days ago, we featured Richard Hamilton surpassing the 15,000-point mark in the Air Jordan 3 “Black Flip”. No, he did not reach another milestone last night, but the former Detroit Piston became the first NBA player to wear one of, if not the most anticipated February release of 2012. In detail, Rip rocked the Air Jordan 4 “Cement” retro, a shoe that is expected to hit Jordan Brand retailers on February 18, 2012. Rip unveiling the first Jordan retro of the year on court is reminiscent of Mike Bibby debuting the White/Cement Air Jordan 3 on court last season in January. Is this one of the better Kicks On Court editions this season? Will this be a definite purchase for you next month? View these kicks plus more, worn by LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant and others, below.

Richard Hamilton (rear) wearing the Air Jordan 4 "Cement"
Richard Hamilton in the Air Jordan 4 "Cement"
Richard Hamilton shooting in the Air Jordan 4 "Cement"
Nick Young dunking in the Nike Zoom Kobe IV "USC"
Greg Monroe dunking in the Air Jordan 3 "True Blue"
John Wall (right) wearing a new colorway of the Reebok Zig Encore
Mario Chalmers shooting in the Air Jordan XIX via the Air Jordan 4/19 Countdown Pack
Jason Terry passing the ball in his Reebok Zig Pro Future "Championship" PE
Monta Ellis shooting in the Jordan 8.0 "Dark Charcoal"
Kobe Bryant and Chauncey Billups in the Nike Zoom Kobe VII "Concord" and the adidas adiZero Ghost, respectively
Chris Paul defending in the Jordan CP3.V "All-Star" with blue laces

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