Today, our Kicks On Court Weekly Recap – Fab Five highlights the best performers in the 2011 NBA Conference Finals series. Kevin Durant has done incredible things in the “Scoring Title” Nike Zoom KD III ‘Away’, while Dirk Nowitzki continues to have one of his better playoffs performances ever in the Nike Hyperdunk 2010. In game 2, Udonis Haslem forced his will on the game while wearing the Converse SICKS, and King James garnered attention with his clutch performance in the Nike LeBron 8 PS Black/White-Sport Red. Lastly, Mike Bibby debuted a new Jordan 3 Percent inspired model. Take a look at our Kicks On Court Weekly Recap – Fab Five.
Kevin Durant wore the “Scoring Title” Nike Zoom KD III in the first two games of the 2011 NBA Western Conference Finals, and he has done some amazing things in this shoe so far. In game 1, he scored 40 points in a loss against the Mavs and had a breathtaking dunk on Brendan Haywood in game 2.
This has been a very frustrating season for Udonis Haslem seeing that he missed more than half of the season due to injury. However, he played as good as anybody off of the bench in game 2 by scoring 13 points and grabbing five rebounds. While doing this, he wore a player exclusive version of the Converse SICKS.
Mike Bibby wore the Jordan CP3.IV throughout the first two rounds of the 2011 NBA Playoffs. Yet, he debuted a new Jordan 3 Percent inspired model in the Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls series. What are your thoughts on this new silhouette?
Is Dirk the best player in basketball as of now? In game 1 of the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Dallas Mavericks series, Nowitzki scored 48 points on 12-15 shooting. He also recorded 24-24 night from the free throw line while wearing the Nike Hyperdunk 2010.
LeBron James beats out Dwyane Wade for our fifth and final spot in our Kicks On Court Weekly Recap – Fab Five. We posted a Footwear Faceoff between the two teammates, and the majority of you opted for King James’ Nike LeBron 8 PS Black/White-Sport Red. Is this one of the best PEs left in the playoffs?