Ray Allen Debuts Exclusive Air Jordan 11 Shoes

By Adam Fonseca
Wednesday October 30th, 2013 3:59 pm EDT

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The 2013-2014 NBA season tipped off last night in Miami, and the Back9Network’s very own Ray Allen helped the Miami Heat top the visiting Chicago Bulls in style.

Allen was spotted wearing a pair of exclusive red and gold Air Jordan 11 shoes last night to commemorate his first NBA Title with the Heat, who received their championship rings in a pre-game ceremony. As a die-hard Chicago Bulls fan, while I was disappointed in the outcome of the game (Heat 107, Bulls 95) I was equally as impressed by this footwear.

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The Air Jordan 11 is thought by many to be the greatest basketball shoe of all-time… whatever that means. Allen’s red, white and gold version will likely never hit retail stores, but we can all dream about them, right?

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