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User Description: Derrick Favors, PF/C, Georgia Tech - Favors was rivaled only by Wall in fanfare coming out of high school. While Wall flourished at Kentucky, Favors' season was somewhat of a disappointment. He showed flashes of his elite talent but struggled with consistency all season long. In Favors defense, the guard play at Tech was utterly atrocious at times this year - particularly their ability to feed the post and create opportunities for an extremely talented frontline. Luckily for Favors, his physical tools ate tailor made for the pro game. His athleticism and explosiveness around the basket can't be matched by another big men in this draft.It's extremely fitting that the shoe that almost never was, is being released in so many different colorways this year. After the launch of the Air Jordan II, Jordan shoes for basketball almost went away for good. Michael Jordan and a great deal of sneakerheads did not take too well the Jordan II. Many considered it a cheap Jordan shoe, in quality, design and appearance. In fact, Michael Jordan was days away from meeting Adidas when Nike designer Tinker Hatfield was tasked with creating a Air Jordan shoe that would suit Mr. Jordan. What a task that would be! Well, Tinker stepped up and created the masterpiece that's called the Air Jordan III. The rest is history.The concept is simple. Combine features of all the shoes that Michael Jordan wore throughout his 6 championships into one shoe. Shazaam! You've got the Jordan 6 Rings. Known as an Air Jordan"hybrid", this shoe combines elements of the AJ 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, and 14. The lacelock on laces and heel loop were taken from the 6. The Huarache style inner sock in the 7. The fuzzy tongue logo (my personal favorite) and Velcro strap from the 8. The silhouette is the top from the 11. The"T W O 3" on tongue and metal lace loops in the 12. The outsole in the 13. And, finally, the Jumpman in the bottom of the tongue in the 14. Is the amount equal to or greater than the parts. Absolutely!"Last Shot" - This colorway of the Jordan 14 is the most famous variant of all of them. It was the shoe that MJ wore when he made the final shot he ever took in an NBA game. 스포츠중계 will launch on December 17th, 2011. This shoe is Black. The upper, midsole, tongue, internal lining, and outsole are all done in Black. A portion of the midsole in addition to Jumpman logo and the number"23" are both done in Red and are placed at the heel.Heel and Toe touches - Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Jump as high as you can and bring your heels toward your buttocks. As you are in the atmosphere touch your toes. Land, jump again, and then your heels.Lebron James. Possibly the clear cut favorite to win the award. It has been a really long time since any nba player has put up the data that Lebron James has always been doing year in and year out. He is one of the leagues most well-rounded players of all time. He plays at a high level if it be offense or defense and he can create plays and take it to the basket better than anybody else in the league. He's quite a one-of-a-kind player and will put up monster statistics again.Back in 2007, there was an identical release but in a different colorway. That Air Jordan III used a white base for it is upper with gray elephant printing throughout.The midsole featured white and used a grey based outsole. Dubbed the"Flip", the shoe was an instant classic and sold out everywhere. The upcoming" Black Flip" colorway is essentially opposite in color. The shoe's colorway features black on both the top and midsole. Grey elephant print markings are featured on the upper. A solid grey outsole and Jumpman logo complete the shoe. A release date has yet to be set, but rest assured, like the other Air Jordan drops before it, this one will sell out fast.So then, getting down to brass tacks, who's the highest paid NBA player of all time? Well, if you were to consider the current year's salaries you'd probably believe it is Kobe Bryant whose 2010 - 2011 salary is $24,806,250. Ah, but there's still another superstar on the market who has even that amazing salary beat by at least $5 million bucks. Want to venture a guess? You got it, MJ of course! Michael Jordan is still the player who holds the record for the highest paid NBA player of all time.