Cheap Christen Maxwell Algiers Stone – It is October 7, 2011 and it doesn’t look like we are going to see a 2011-2012 NBA regular season. The professional game of basketball is as popular as it has ever been. The television ratings for the NBA are at their highest point. Fans are attending games at a record pace. It is too bad that once again, millions of dollars and who should get them is going to bring another professional sport to a screeching halt. Both NBA owners and players just don’t have enough money. They need more millions to pad their bank accounts. Unlike the NFL, the NBA and it’s owners and players are not even close to reaching a bargaining agreement. And unlike the NFL, the NBA is not a league that can bounce back if the lockout is not ended and the season is forfeited. It has taken many years for this league to be as popular as it is and it would take many, many more to get it back.
As a result of the impending lockout, many of the top NBA players have already signed contracts to play overseas. Some are already playing in foreign leagues. Deron Williams, currently with the New Jersey Nets, is now suiting up for a Turkish basketball club. If there are any NBA regular season games played this year, Williams will have a sick new pair of Nike PE Hyperfuse Low’s to ball in. In the meantime, you can pick up this pair of Hyperfuse Low’s and rock them on the court before Deron can.
The Deron Williams Nike Zoom Hyperfuse 2011 Player Exlusive uses the colors of his current American team, the Nets, as it’s colorway. The upper of the shoe features both synthetic and mesh on its white upper. The Hyperfuse portion of the upper allows for maximum breathability. The Swoosh is a Midnight Navy. The midsole, tongue, and inner lining are done in Sport Red. The shoe is finished off with a translucent outsole and Williams’ custom logo. I think all basketball fans are now resigned to the fact that there will most likely be no NBA regular season. That is alright by me. As long as signature sneakers like Deron Williams’ Nike Hyperfuse 2011 Low Player Exclusive are going to be dropped, I will still have sick kicks to cop.
In fact, as long as new Nike shoes for basketball continue to drop while the NBA takes some time off, I will be fine. The popularity of the NBA may be affected, but the sneaker world will not. Sneakerheads aren’t millionares. They aren’t millionares that feel like they need more millions. All we need are sick new sneaker drops on a regular basis. And the NBA regular season, or lack thereof, won’t affect that.
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