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Nike released new shoes to celebrate Kevin Durant's 2013-14 NBA MVP season called the new "KD VI NIKEiD MVP." This statement came with them...
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His mental focus this season allowed him to cut through the clutter, represented by the pixelated KD VI NIKEiD MVP graphic. Key stats from the year—including Durant's 31+ points per game scoring average, 41 consecutive game streak scoring 25+ points and two 50+ point games—appear through an intentionally blurred graphic that becomes clear with these bright stats.

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PrimeTime is right. They all tape their ankles so tight the low tops don't matter and it makes them a bit quicker and lighter.

Now, if you're playing in your local overweight YMCA league and have middle-aged ankles, the high-tops tied super tight might be a good idea.
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Because high-tops really don't prevent ankle sprains any more than low-tops. Plus, players have their ankles taped up before games regardless of what kind of shoe they are wearing, so all a high-top shoe does is slow you down because of the extra weight.
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I will never understand why someone would play ball in low tops. Especially if their ankles are worth millions of dollars. Oh and these are butt ungly.
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