When the Nike Zoom KD 5 was made available on NIKEiD, plenty of praise was being heaped upon the swoosh for allowing fans to really play around the color schemes of Kevin Durant’s fifth signature shoe. Now that fans are starting to get their KD 5 iDs after weeks of anticipation, players in the league are also just now receiving their custom pairs as well.  Naturally, it was only a matter of time before we saw what they looked like on the court and Terrence Ross and P.J. Tucker were among the first to break in their new kicks.

Check out Ross throwing one down against the Brooklyn Nets in his KD 5s while Tucker celebrates in a very colorful version of the shoe.  Meanwhile, Chris Paul comes home to North Carolina in a special tribute colorway of the Jordan CP3.VI to his alma matter, Jason Terry rocks a green version of the Reebok Wall Season 3, Draymond Green beats the Miami Heat in a colorway theme that LeBron made famous and much more.

Photo courtesy of Scott Cunningham, Ron Hoskins, Fernando Medina, Mike Ehrmann, Issac Baldizon, Ron Turenne, Gary Dineen, Scott Halleran, Layne Murdoch, David Sherman, Barry Gossage, Melissa Majchrzak and Steve Dykes of Getty Images/NBA Entertainment along with Jessica Hoffman and Frank McGrath of Pacers Photos and Nathan Denette of the Asscoiated Press.

Kemba Walker (Under Armour Micro G Torch) and Chris Paul (Jordan CP3.VI “Wake Forest”)