Kicks On Court: Spurs’ Forwards Wear “Cement” 4s in Deconstruction of 76ers

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San Antonio Spurs’ forwards DeJuan Blair and Stephen Jackson helped route the Philadelphia 76ers (held the 76ers to 12-of-38 shooting in the second half) in fashion last night as both took to the court in recently released Air Jordan retros. In detail, Stephen Jackson contributed off the bench in last month’s Air Jordan 4 “Cement” release and DeJuan Blair scored 19 points in a starting role while wearing the same shoe. However, Blair wore the “Cement” 4s for only one half. In the second half, our Kicks On Court column spotted him in the “Cool Grey” Air Jordan 11. What is with these players switching sneakers at halftime? Is it a superstitious thing? View these kicks plus more, worn by Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Durant and others, below.

Stephen Jackson handling the ball in the Air Jordan 4 "Cement"
Left to Right: Evan Turner in the Li-Ning Turningpoint, DeJuan Blair wearing the Air Jordan 4 "Cement" and Tony Parker sporting the Nike Zoom Brave V
DeJuan Blair laying it up in the Air Jordan 11 "Cool Grey"
Manny Harris defending in the Nike LeBron 9 "Christmas" with red laces
Shannon Brown and Luke Walton in the Air Jordan 14 "Last Shot" and the Nike Zoom Kobe VII "Lower Merion", respectively
Joe Johnson shooting in his Jordan Jumpman Team Pro PE

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