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The Reignman himself, Shawn Kemp, made a surprise appearance at Rucker Park with the Kings’ Isaiah Thomas last night for the launch of the Reebok Classic Kamikaze II Mid “Letter of Intent” colorway launching today.
At the beginning of the event, Isaiah, laced in the new Kamikaze’s, introduced Shawn onto the court as the crowd went wild. Kemp then took a seat at the sidelines as Isaiah went on to play in his first game at Rucker wearing the Kamikaze’s in a nod to Kemp.
After an electric first game, Shawn took to the court to do some effortless practice shots, and threw out some autographed Kamikaze shoes to the kids in the bleachers. Shawn also hung out with Felicia Pearson from The Wire, who came out to support the Championship teams on court.
Today marks the official launch of the blue/white Kamikaze II Mid “Letter of Intent” at key retailers, including Foot Locker, Jimmy Jazz, Finish Line, DTLR, Shiekhs, Champs, Shoe Palace and Reebok.com for $100.
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