Found February 01, 2013 on Project Spurs:
San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan may be showcasing his special All-Star edition Adidas "Crazy Fast"  sneakers for next month's All-Star Game in Houston but his teammate, Stephen Jackson, has his own customized pair of sneakers he like to show off s well. Jackson sat with NikeUrbn.com and spoke on why he is wearing all customized Air Jordan Spizikes this season. Check out what Jackson had to say about his Nikes as well as his thoughts on the Nike and Air Jordan Black History Month campaigns and collections.
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