Kicks On Court: Big Baby’s Kicks Cry for Attention

May 17, 2010 | George Kiel III |

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Boston Celtics power forward ticket stub Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis went with the simple yet stylish “Silver Anniversary” Air Jordan 9 Retro for the sixth and final game of the Boston Celtics vs Cleveland Cavaliers series. However, in game 1 of the Boston Celtics vs Orlando Magic series, he did a total 180 by wearing a loud and obnoxious and flamboyant Nike sneaker that assuredly caught everybody’s eye in and outside of Orlando’s Amway Arena. With that said, check out today’s Kicks On Court to see Glen’s sneaker.

In a win against the Orlando Magic, Glen Davis laced up a Nike Air Max Hyperize that was inspired by the Lithuanian team that the USA Dream Team beat in the championship game at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics. This particular Air Max Hyperize borrows the Lithuanian flag color scheme as it features a primarily white leather upper with multiple red, green and yellow accents throughout the base. One of its more glaring features is the green/yellow speckled midsole along with the multi-colored flywire design. If you recall, we showed you detailed photos of this sneaker back in February. What are your thoughts on the Nike Air Max Hyperize Glen Davis wore in game 1? Are they too loud for you or do they possess the head-turning appeal you need in sneakers? View these kicks plus more worn by Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Rashard Lewis and more below.

Glen Davis wearing the Nike Air Max Hyperize
Glen Davis wearing the Nike Air Max Hyperize
Glen Davis in the Nike Air Max Hyperize
Rajon Rondo wearing the Nike Hyperfuse
Ray Allen in the Jordan Icons
Vince Carter posting up in the Nike Shox Vision
Jason Williams wearing the Nike Blue Chip II
Rasheed Wallace wearing the Nike Air Force 1 Hi
Paul Pierce defending in the Nike Air Legacy
Mikael Pietrus wearing his Peak signature sneaker
Rashard Lewis wearing the Nike Air Max A Lot
Jameer Nelson in the Reebok Talkin' Krazy II

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