Those dub zero lazers are so money._. People love to hate on them but they are by far the most comfortable jordans in my retro collection
November 4, 2015 BY Yale Schalk / 0
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Andre Drummond has laced up the Jordan Dub Zero in each of the Pistons’ first four games.
And if the Pistons hadn’t fallen to the visiting Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night – their first loss of the season – we might be talking about the great power of the Dubs. Maybe even wondering if Drummond could singlehandedly revive the Dub Zero’s popularity, triggering Jordan Brand to dream up more colorways and releases down the road.
That’s a long shot scenario but there’s no doubt that Drummond’s play in the DZ has been pretty unreal. Through these first four games, he’s averaged 20.3 points, 19.5 rebounds, 1.8 steals, 1.8 blocks and nearly 1 assist. Yes – 19.5 rebounds per game.
Is it the shoes? Is it former teammate Greg Monroe freeing up more stats by being in Milwaukee?
We’ll know more after the next four games, and the four after that. Stay tuned.
Find the top Jordan Brand sneakers from around the NBA below. As you’ll see, Drummond’s Dubs are also important because they’re not Jordan Super.Fly 4 – which has been the shoe of choice for virtually every Jordan-wearer in the NBA thus far. (Variety, guys – go find some XX9s or 5s or something.)
Andre Drummond, Jordan Dub Zero
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