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PJ Tucker makes 50,000 debut in Game 2 against Suns


If there’s anyone who knows how to flex, it’s PJ Tucker. The Milwaukee Bucks forward, who has made a name for himself as the league’s “form king” with his massive shoe collection, released some rare Nike before Game 2 against the Phoenix Suns. And when we say rare, we mean rare.

Tucker casually stood up carrying an ultra-rare Nike Air Mags to his feet while gripping an equally elusive Olive Kobe 4 UNDFTD kick. Wow (via The Undefeated).

Here’s how to make a splash for an NBA Finals game. Basically, the Nike Air Mags cost around $ 50,000 while the Kobe 4 he owns cost around $ 10,000, according to Ruben Palacios of CBS Sports. Not too bad, Mr. Tucker.

Obviously, all eyes were on Tucker’s feet, as these Nike Air Mags are as rare as sneakers. These ‘Back To The Future’ inspired kicks had two releases, one in 2011 and one in 2016 and with only 1,599 pairs ever released. Marty McFly would be proud.

But, as mentioned above, the other pair the Bucks forward was holding had heat as well. These Olive Kobe 4s, which Tucker donned for Game 2, will make any sneakerhead (and Kobe fan) drool.

Check Out PJ’s Field Flex Here (via Meeting room):

Hopefully for Bucks fans, Tucker can channel all that heat as Milwaukee tries to grab one and steal Game 2 down the road. It’ll be another battle, but rest assured that Tucker, as always, will be dressed for the role.

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