Kicks On Court: Best Jordan Brand Duo?

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The Jordan Brand is arguably the best sneaker brand out right now (and will always be); therefore, the brand does not choose just anybody to be a part of it. With that said, there is only a select few in the NBA that are privileged to be a member of the JB, and the Atlanta Hawks happen to own two of them in Mike Bibby and Joe Johnson. Time after time, our Kicks On Court has spotlighted the two for wearing some of the best PEs. Are they the best Jordan Brand duo in the league shoe-wise?

There are only two other teams in the NBA with two Jordan Brand members – New York Knicks (Jared Jeffries, Quentin Richardson) and the Charlotte Bobcats (Gerald Wallace, D.J. Augustin). However, neither one of those duos possesses the Jordan PEs Joe Johnson and Mike Bibby wear. Last night, against the Detroit Pistons, both players hooped in the Air Jordan 2.5. Johnson wore a regular mid-cut version, while Bibby wore his usual low-cuts. Although these sneakers are not some of the duos best this year, is it safe to say they are the best 1-2 Jordan Brand punch in the league? Click the jump to view more kicks worn by Allen Iverson, Ray Allen, Kobe Bryant and others.

Check back tonight to view our full recap of Kicks On Court’s 1st Half of the Season!

Joe Johnson attacking the rim in the Air Jordan 2.5

Mike Bibby defending in the Air Jordan 2.5 Low

O.J. Mayo attacking the rack in the Nike Huarache ’09


Andre Iguodala shooting a jumper in the Nike Foamposite Lite

LeBron James attacking the rim in the Nike Zoom LeBron 6

Carmelo Anthony sporting the Jordan Melo M5

D.J. Augustin laying it up in the Jordan Pure Pressure PE

Allen Iverson and Richard Hamilton sporting the Reebok Answer 12 and the Jordan 6 Rings PE, respectively

Rasual Butler and Ray Allen sporting the Reebok Talkin’ Krazy and the Jordan Jumpman Pro PE, respectively

Chris Paul and Rajon Rondo sporting the Jordan CP3 2 and the Nike Foamposite Lite, respectively

Kevin Martin stuck in traffic wearing the Jordan Pure Pressure PE

Kobe Bryant and Deron Williams sporting the Nike Zoom Kobe 4 “Del Sol” and the Nike Zoom Phenom, respectively

Kevin Durant laying it up in the Nike KD1

Brandon Roy laying it up in the Nike Zoom Phenom

Nate Robinson leading the pack in the Nike Zoom LeBron 6 “Triple Black”

Jared Jeffries (left) attempting to defend in the Air Jordan 23 Low

Pics via Yahoo Sports.

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