This Week on eBay // June 16-22
words // Zack Schlemmer
Although LeBron James certainly did his share to help the Heat win last night's Game 6 overtime thriller of the NBA Finals, Ray Allen's clutch 3-pointer near the end of regulation made him the hero - or the villain, depending on who you were rooting for - of the Heat's come from behind win. Since Ray is in the sports world news today, we decided to hunt down one of his sneakers for this edition of This Week on eBay. Check out which PE of his we found, along with a few other sneaker gems on the eBay bidding floors below.
Like we mentioned above, Ray Allen became the hero of Game 6 of the Finals last night with his clutch three pointer to send the game into overtime, ultimately leading to a win for the Heat. Most Boston Celtics fans were none too pleased seeing their formerly beloved Ray-Ray help the Heat get the win, so seeing this Ray Allen Celtics Air Jordan II PE probably won't make the Boston faithful too happy either. Nonetheless, this is a great pair of shoes!
Vintage Deadstock of the Week
It's hard enough to find a deadstock pair of the classic Nike Air Maestro at all, let alone the high top version seen here. If Nike ever brings this shoe back again, it's very unlikely that they'll ever do the high. This may be your last chance ever to own a pair.
Nike SB of the Week
I realized that throughout my time doing This Week on eBay that I've pretty much neglected Nike SB kicks. Since SB Dunks are always a hot commodity on eBay, I figured that I should feature some from time to time. We start with an all-time classic, the "Futura" Dunk Low. Here's a beautiful deadstock pair at a relatively decent price of $440.
T-Shirt (and Shorts) of the Week
This wild Air Jordan VII era all-over print t-shirt was actually featured a while back, but I couldn't pass up a chance to put it in again with its matching shorts. So dope!
Fakes of the Week
Another mutant Air Jordan, this time combining the 9 and 13. Hey, at least the colorway isn't bad.
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