by Brandon Richard

Derek Fisher was never a signature level player, but the latest colorway leaks for the Nike Air Max Tempo prove that what happens on the court still impacts sneaker culture.

After a Lakers-inspired colorway surfaced last week, we now get a look at upcoming Air Max Tempo sporting a throwback San Antonio Spurs scheme. Grey and black nubuck handle most of the work on the upper, with white filling in Swoosh branding on the lateral side panel and midsole. A 90s-flavored fiesta print lines the interior, while a pink Max Air bag and teal sole wrap things up below.

In 2004, Fisher famously hit a buzzer beater with 0.4 seconds left to play while wearing the Max Tempo in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals against the Spurs.

Enjoy a look at the 'Spurs' Air Max Tempo below and stick with Sole Collector for a release date.

Nike Air Max Tempo Spurs

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