Kicks On Court: B-Diddy Switches up Li-Ning BD1s at Halftime

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When we showed you Baron Davis’s Li-Ning BD1 back in October, many of you took an instant liking and stated that you were impressed by this sneaker. Some of you went as far as saying this shoe is one of the better basketball sneaker on the court right now. With that said, Baron Davis displayed his Li-Ning signature sneaker on the court last night in, not one but, two colorways. Check out today’s Kicks On Court to see Davis’s player exclusive switch from half to half.

In a win against the Washington Wizards, Baron Davis laced up a black/blue colorway of the Li-Ning BD1 in one half before switching up to a white/red-black color scheme of the same sneaker for the next half. Ironically, his BD1 Blue/Black can also coincide with the Wizards jerseys, while the second colorway is a typical scheme we see on most shoes today. Which PE interests you the most? Who else is ready to see Li-Ning sneakers in retailers? Click here to view the kicks plus more worn by Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony and others.

Baron Davis attacking the lane in the Li-Ning BD1 Blue/Black
Baron Davis posting up in the Li-Ning BD1 White/Red-Black
Baron Davis defending in the Li-Ning BD1 Blue/Black
Baron Davis driving to the basket in the Li-Ning BD1 White/Red-Black
Baron Davis in the Li-Ning BD1 Blue/Black
Baron Davis shooting a jumper in the Li-Ning BD1 White/Red-Black
Allen Iverson shooting in the Reebok Answer 13
Mikael Pietrus in the Nike Zoom Kobe IV
Vince Carter probing the defense in the Nike Shox Vision TB
Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony in the Nike KD1 and the Jordan Melo M6, respectively
Dwight Howard in the Adidas TS Commander
Josh Howard in the Jordan True Flight
Earl Watson shooting in the Nike Cradle Rock
Chris Paul in the Jordan CP3.III and Jose Barea rocking the Nike Zoom Kobe IV iD
TJ Ford driving the baseline in the Adidas TS Cut Creator
Ray Allen wearing the Jordan 6 Rings

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