Well, Jordan Farmar finally returns to the Lakers squad and does so in a big way. He dropped 14 points in his return game after missing 17 due to injury. Melo is still sidelined but not without a little swagger jacking from Coach Dunleavy. There are also a few new pairs of unreleased sneakers on the floor this weekend, including Deron Williams’ Zoom Phenom and Tracy McGrady busts out the adidas TS Lightning Creator. Be on the look out for a pair of customs too, we saw them previously but this time we get a healthy helping of what they are all about.
Al Jefferson gets sky high for the full extension rebound in the Reebok Omni Hex Ride.
Amar’e Stoudemire in the Nike Foamposite Lite goes over multiple defenders.
Chauncey Billups takes on coaching duties while wearing the adidas TS Creator.
Chris Bosh grabs the board and is wearing the Nike Huarache ’09.
Carmelo Anthony warms up the sideline with a smile and this amazing blazer that he borrowed from Clippers Coach Mike Dunleavy.
Kobe re-ups the MLK Jr. Kobe IV’s for a not so pretty game against the Spurs. Not pretty for the Spurs that is.
Kevin Martin rocks the Air Jordan XX3 Black & Purple joints with no regard for human life.
Marvin Williams comes out rocking the Reebok Question Mid and Joe Johnson is in the AJ Olympian respectively.
We saw these a while back from Jamario Moon, his custom BB II’s. Now we have a more detailed pic.
Steve Nash drives in the Zoom MVP, and Bibby loses his assignment but at least he’s wearing the Jordan Pure Pressure Low.
Big Baby’s mean looking doppleganger Nathan Jawai wears the Nike Sharkley.
Lamar Odom and Pau Gasol give each other some love for their wise choice in footwear. “I love your Hyperdunks,” said one emotional Gasol.
Tracy McGrady tries to navigate around 6 Rings-wearing Richard Hamilton, and does so in the adidas TS Lightning Creator.
Deron Williams shows off the Nike Zoom Phenom.