Found June 08, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
You don't know a man until you a walk mile in their shoes, right? Well, how about playing in a pair? The Spurs' Manu Ginobili, Danny Green and Cory Joseph have been wearing LeBron James signature shoes all season and don't plan on changing that simply because they are playing them in the NBA Finals. 'We thought about it, but why change something that's been important to us all year," Danny Green told Bleacher Report correspondent Lance Fresh. The other two agreed that keeping with their yearly routine is more important than changing something simply because of name. As the saying goes, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. After all, it certainly worked for them in Game 1 as the Spurs stole a game on the Heat's home floor. So far, they haven't heard any trash talk from King James but that may change soon. Whether or not they are hoping the reigning MVP's magic rubs off a la the movie Like Mike, this trio has a chance to add insult to injury if the Spurs can pull out a Finals win wearing the opponent's kicks. Green continued, "I guess it would feel good winning in itself but if you think about it that way, it would make it feel a little bit better."
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