March 22, 2015 BY Yale Schalk / 0
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If it weren’t for jersey numbers, we might not be able to tell Marcus and Markieff Morris apart. They even wear the same sneaker many times, focusing on the Nike LeBron line and old school classics like the Foamposite One. On occasion one of the twins will jump into something unfamiliar, as Marcus did on Sunday night with the Dallas Mavericks in town. Air Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” hit the court, a fitting complement to the Suns’ white, orange and grey home uniform. Number 15 added 11 points and 11 rebounds to his team’s 98-92 win, a must-have as the Suns try to catch Oklahoma City for the West’s final playoff spot.
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Marcus Morris, Air Jordan 11
Terrence Ross, Air Jordan 11
Michael Beasley, Air Jordan 10
James Young, Jordan Super.Fly 3
Amir Johnson, Air Jordan XX9
Chris Paul, Jordan CP3.VIII
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Tags: Air Jordan Air Jordan 10 Air Jordan 10 "Steel" Air Jordan 11 Air Jordan 11 "Cool Grey" Air Jordan X Air Jordan X 'Steel' Air Jordan XI Air Jordan XI 'Cool Grey' Air Jordan XX8 SE Air Jordan XX9 Amir Johnson Chris Paul D.J. Augustin James Young Jordan CP3.VIII Jordan Super.Fly 3 Marcus Morris Michael Beasley Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Monta Ellis Nene Russell Westbrook Terrence Ross Victor Oladipo