If the sneaker world kept stats like John Hollinger used to, Memphis Grizzlies guard Tony Wroten would have one of the highest sneaker heat to games played ratios ever (ironically, Hollinger now keeps stats for Wroten’s team).  Wroten has played in 13 games this season and in the limited minutes he has gotten on the court, he has rocked the Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam,” the Nike Air Pippen 1, the Nike Air Penny 5 “Orlando” and the Air Jordan 11 “Silver Anniversary,” which he wore last night in a blowout loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder (he ever wore the “Defining Moments” Air Jordan 7 during summer league if you want to take that far).  A day after losing leading scorer – and owner of the best Nike Air Max Hyperposite PE so far – Rudy in a trade to the Toronto Raptors, it will be interesting how the team rebounds both on the court and with their kicks.  Hope they like Shox Visions…

Photos courtesy of Layne Murdoch and Rocky Widner of Getty Images/NBA Entertainment along with Richard A. Rowe and Angela Rowe of OKC Thunder Photo.

Tony Wroten – Air Jordan 11 “Silver Anniversary”