Yesterday was a night to remember for the Philly faithful. Prior to the Sixers’ Game 5 tip-off at home, rapper Meek Mill was released from jail and it couldn’t have happened at the perfect time. Hours after his release, he arrived at the Wells Fargo Center and rang the team’s ceremonial bell as the Sixers defeated the Heat, 104-91.
Ben Simmons showed out in the Nike Hyperdunk to close out the series. In Milwaukee, Giannis Antetokounmpo wore one of the Kobe A.D. Mid player-exclusives he’s been wearing throughout the regular season. In the Bay Area, Draymond Green wore the Nike HyperRev, Klay Thompson rocked his ANTA KT3 and Steph Curry, although he has yet to return to the court, debuted a new colorway of his Curry 5. In his final game of the season, LaMarcus Aldridge wore the Air Jordan XX2 Low with a digi-camo print.
Check out some of last night’s hottest kicks.
Ben Simmons: Nike Hyperdunk 2017
Ben Simmons had 14 points in the Nike Hyperdunk as the Sixers moved to the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. Last time this happened was in 2012 when Simmons was a high school freshman.
Draymond Green: Nike hyperRev 2018
Draymond Green wore this Warriors-colored Nike HyperRev at Oracle Arena during last night’s win over the Spurs.
Klay Thompson: ANTA KT3
Killa Klay went with his usual ANTA KT3 in powder blue and white.
Giannis Antetokounmpo: Nike Kobe A.D. Mid PE
The Greek Freak posted 16 points in this Kobe A.D. Mid PE with his “34” etched on the heel as the Bucks trail in the series, 3-2.
LaMarcus Aldridge: Air Jordan XX2 Low PE
LaMarcus Aldridge wore this AJXX2 Low digi-camo PE in his final game of the 2017-18 season.
Stephen Curry: Under Armour Curry 5
Stephen Curry, who’s been a DNP-Injury since March 9, went through pregame shootaround in this new colorway of his Curry 5.
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