Kicks On Court: Best Li-Ning BD1 Colorway Yet?
Kicks On Court

Baron Davis’s Li-Ning BD1 has garnered a lot of attention during the 2009-2010 NBA season. Whether he’s seen on the court in multiple colorways of this sneaker or handling the rock through the streets of New York, it seems everybody is paying taking notice. Last night, B.Diddy wore a new BD1 colorway. Check out today’s Kicks On Court to see if this is the best one yet.

In a loss against the Portland Trail Blazers, Baron Davis wore a red and black colored Li-Ning BD1 smothered in patent leather. Specifically, this shoe contains a primarily red patent leather upper; yet, the midfoot area seems to be done up in black nubuck. We have spotted at least six BD1 colorways to date; however, is this the best one yet? Click here to view these kicks plus more worn by Kevin Durant, Lamar Odom, Ray Allen and others.

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Baron Davis in the Li-Ning BD1 Red/Black
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Baron Davis laying it up in the Li-Ning BD1 Red/Black
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Kevin Martin shooting in his Air Jordan 12 PE
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Lamar Odom in the Nike Zoom Kobe V
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Dwight Howard laying it up in the Nike Zoom Sharkalaid
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Derrick Rose in the Adidas TS Supernatural Creator
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Russell Westbrook wearing the Nike Zoom Uptempo V
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Ray Allen rocking his Air Jordan 12 PE
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Corey Maggette defending in the Adidas TS Supernatural Creator and Ron Artest wearing Peak
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Elton Brand and Dwyane Wade wearing the Converse EB2 and the Jordan 16.5, respectively
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Rajon Rondo in the Nike Hyperdunk Low
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Ronny Turiaf in the Nike Zoom Kobe IV iD
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Kevin Durant in the Nike KD II
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Tyreke Evans wearing the Nike Air Max Rise
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Donte Greene in the Nike Sharkley
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Kevin Garnett in the Adidas TS Supernatural Commander
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Gerald Wallace in his Air Jordan 12 PE