This year’s upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend is has shown potential to be one of the most memorable and unforgettable ones. With the exception of the final couple of minutes, defensive efforts are rarely seen in an NBA All-Star Game, unless the two teams are really going toe to toe. However, this past Sunday’s All-Star contest at the Toronto-based Air Canada Centre showcased even more offensive effort than is typically seen. With the debut Jordan release dates 2016 of the Air Jordan 30 having taken place already, the man who has been at the center of the model’s campaign ended up winning MVP again.
In fact, this recent NBA All Star Game was the highest-scoring one of the current season. Russell Westbrook was at the forefront throughout most of the game, winning the game by 196 points against 173 points. The quality of play from both sides was impressive and it makes better sense now why Jordan Brand chose Russell Westbrook to be the representative of the Air Jordan 30. Even during the All-Star Game, Russell was rocking a PE version of the Air Jordan 30 that appears as if the “Cosmos” and “Northern Lights” iterations have been blended together.
It is almost starting to seem as if the Air Jordan 30 is meant to be Russell Westbrook’s unofficial signature sneaker silhouette rather than the Jordan Westbrook 0, which was surprisingly a lifestyle shoe. Even when playing against the New Orleans Pelicans in a recent game, Russell was laced up in a never-before-seen, likely Player Exclusive Air Jordan 30 that was dressed up in a Metallic Silver, Orange and White color scheme.
It is unlikely if the Jordan release 2016 of either of these Air Jordan 30 renditions, which have already been worn by Russell Westbrook, will actually take place. However, if these two sneakers are truly Player Exclusives, Jordanheads can forget about getting their hands on a pair of either of them.