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MyBB The top 74 sneakers in NBA History
https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/2908...ba-history

A really cool read....

I have owned a Air Jordan 5, Air Jordan 6, and a KB8 in my lifetime.


https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/2910...ba-history

And a bottom 10 too.
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RE: The top 74 sneakers in NBA History
Blazers are way too low. Such a solid shoe.
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RE: The top 74 sneakers in NBA History
(05-06-2020 01:13 PM)Auburn_Blazer Wrote:  Blazers are way too low. Such a solid shoe.

I can't believe the '89 Air Flights didn't get any love even if the Jordan IV was based on that one.


I had the Jordan V and VI, that KB8, and one of the Reebok pump shoes. I remember a lot of those though. The Nike pumps vs. the Reebok pumps.... Nike only did like one show and Reebok really expanded the line. Those cheap Starburys.... I give props for the reasons why on those but they were made cheap.
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RE: The top 74 sneakers in NBA History
i had those duncan's. my brother and i worked at my aunt and uncle's hardware store in portland oregon. i saw those shoes somewhere and i thought that since i was earning money i could now buy frivolous things

you'd think in portland of all places these stupid shoes would be available at their release date or whatever. i'm not even sure what the reason was the nike store downtown didn't have them in stock but i eventually found them in a green bay mall on my way home. yeah, we got em

it was the first pair of gym shoes i've worn for fashion's sake. they called them space shoes. which i believe i retired that very day. they cost like 170 and i learned nothing
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The weapon is a top ten shoe.
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RE: The top 74 sneakers in NBA History
Not sure why this was not included in the list?05-nono

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