Tyler Ulis’ Nike Kyrie 2’s
Yes, UK’s Point God is wearing the shoes of a Dukie, but I think we can find a way to forgive him. After changing things up frequently early in the season, he’s stuck with the Kyrie’s through most of SEC play.
Jamal Murray’s Kobe 11’s in the Exclusive UK Colorway
Instead of rocking Drake’s OVO Jordan X’s, Murray let go of his Canadian-connection against Georgia for this pair of Kobe’s that are only available in this color to the Cats.
Marcus Lee in the Jordan Retro XI 72-10’s
The 72-10’s are kind of a big deal, but I don’t explain it as well as The Daily Show.
Anthony Davis’ All-Star Game Swag
Nike’s Air Audacity All Star is made exclusively for Anthony Davis’ third All-Star Game appearance. If you check out the heel, the air pockets say “Fear the Brow.” AD will be wearing them in tomorrow night’s game and possibly during tonight’s Skills Challenge.
NEW: Drake’s OVO “Kentucky Blue” Jordan Retro VIII
Earlier today, Drake posted the above picture on Instagram of what he calls “Kentucky Blue” OVO’s and the Key to the City of Toronto. The Retro X OVO’s are kind of a big deal, and have been worn by both Alex Poythress and Jamal Murray this season. Unfortunately, there’s no news on whether or not these will be available to the public, only an Instagram picture and a (likely) All-Star Game appearance.
Isaiah Briscoe’s Jordan 29 Low
For those that don’t realize, Jordan is now up to his 30th shoe.
Skal in the Nike Zoom Kobe Venomenon 5
Kobe has a wide variety of shoes in his name, and I think “Venomenon” might be the best Black Mamba pun Nike has produced.
Derek Willis in the Kobe 10 Low
When Derek first wore these out on the Rupp Arena floor to warm-up, Ryan Lemond didn’t think those were his game shoes because they don’t quite have the UK feel to them. Regardless of their color, these kicks have been with Derek through all of his recent success in the Wildcat starting lineup, therefore, I am a HUGE fan.
Briscoe’s Nike Hyperchase
Isaiah rarely wears the same shoe twice, but he always goes with low tops, something I will never understand.
Johnny David’s Kobe 10 Elite Commander
KSR is not-biased against the Wildcat walk-ons. Besides, his shoe game isn’t bad at all.