Kicks On Court: Tony Wroten Rocks “Space Jam” 11s in Game 1 of Western Conference Finals

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Memphis Grizzlies rookie Tony Wroten is the youngest sneakerhead in the game today (more on him very soon). During his time at the University of Washington, the 20-year-old point guard switched shoes often and rocked multiple Jordans, including the “Playoff” 12s and the “He Got Game” 13s. Since entering the NBA, Wroten has kept a tight but intriguing rotation of kicks on court in his rookie season. If you recall, he headlined a regular season edition of Kicks On Court by having the dunk of the night in a classic Pippen retro. Today, he headlines again; this time in a beloved colorway of MJ’s 11th signature model. Wroten rocked the “Space Jam” Air Jordan 11 in Game 1 of the Grizzlies vs. Spurs series yesterday afternoon.

Keep Tony Wroten on your radar throughout this series to see what else he brings to the hardwood. View these kicks, plus DeJuan Blair’s new LeBron X iD, Ed Davis’ N7s and Tony Allen’s 1-of-1 D Rose 3s, below.

Tony Wroten handling the rock in the Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” Tony Wroten wearing the Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” Tony Wroten contesting a shot in the Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” and Cory Joseph in the Nike LeBron X “Prism” DeJuan Blair and Ed Davis in a Nike LeBron X iD and the Nike KD V N7, respectively DeJuan Blair’s Nike LeBron X iD

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