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9 hours, 24 minutes ago on adidas’ Two Trending Designs, Primeknit and Tubular, Are Headed For Basketball

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Like how you skipped past my point, what about step curry who had loads of ankle related injures and played in high tops and ankle braces and he still had loads.

I don't refute that they offer more support because I never said that, acting like a high top will prevent injury is beyond stupid talking kds injuries like he didn't win MVP playing INA shoe with no ankle support at all

Don't pick and chose stats and players

3 weeks ago on A First Look at the Nike LeBron Soldier 9

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Saying Kobe's injury to his shoulder is because of a low is stupid considering he actually has been wearing a high is the fault is stupid , saying that kds broken foot is a result of lows is a stupid point too, but instead of actually reading, this is the dumb point , but if I'm wrong please explain to me how Kobe injury plagued season was because of his lows (which he wore once) and his injury is to his shoulder , and kds broken foot is the fault of lows?

At no point did I say wearing highs doesn't support your ankle did I? I said its not a magic barrier to stop injuries as many a player has still rolled their ankle in highs , even highs wearing ankle braces , just how some players wearing lows can play for years and never roll an ankle . injuries are very rarely the fault of a shoe, outside traction issues if you did something that got you injured in a high, you'll prov have still got injured in a mid or a high

But please continue to insult me

3 weeks ago on A First Look at the Nike LeBron Soldier 9

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None of those players have had ankle injuries though, kobe is down for his shoulder and kd broke his foot ,so this is kinda a dumb point. Wearing high tops doesn't mean you'll be safe from hurting your ankle loads of players still injure ankles in highs and MIDs, while loads of players are fine in lows.

3 weeks ago on A First Look at the Nike LeBron Soldier 9

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Lol because Nike won't make them ........right?

1 month, 2 weeks ago on Could Nike or Under Armour Take Over the NBA Contract in 2017?

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@Iseeulookin973 no shoe is injury proof, no matter what you are wearing injurys can happen , the shoe didnt tear his achilles the player did , and he would of most likely done it if he was wearing a pair of nike or addidas shoes aswell

1 year, 1 month ago on SELECT 1 on 1: Isiah Thomas on the Return of his ASICS GEL-SPOTLYTE

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