Feb 12, 2019 3:03 PM 4+ day ago
Feb 12, 2019 Feb 12, 2019 When the Philadelphia 76ers and the Toronto Raptors face off it's always a good time. Over the years fans have been treated to some heated battles between these two teams. From the days of Vince and AI to Embiid and Kawhi, it's safe to say the Sixers/Raptors rivalry isn't going anywhere. With the NBA easing up and letting players lace up anything they want on court this season, last Tuesday's match up between the two teams gave us some on court heat. Even some stuff we haven't seen on anyone else shoutout to Danny Green. See our favorite Kicks on Court from the East Coast classic below. Joel Embiid in the new Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low Under Amrour's latest addition to the Spawn line this time featuring the brand's Micro G cushioning Amir Johnson rocking the Nike Hyperdunk X in the BHM colorway Nike's newest in the BHM series sees this Hyperdunk filled with patchwork on the upper Shake Milton pulled out these Nike Kobe AD Exodus iDs Milton has been bringing out iD pairs of the latest Kobe for a minute now, with the latest featuring a combo of Black, Volt and Red Danny Green turned heads in this Raptors inspired colorway of the Puma Clyde Court Disrupt Puma has for sure been Disrupting the shoe game this season with their Clyde Court and hopefully this pair the GreenRanger laced up will hit shelves soon Kyle Lowry in the adidas Harden Vol 3 The Harden Vol. 3 has been in heavy rotation for Kyle this season, and he can't go wrong with these ones that are very Raptors-esqueRead more.
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