A sweep, an unbelievable shooting night, beasts in the paint and kicks that we have never been seen before. Those were the ingredients of the PBA Governor’s Cup semifinals!
The Nike Kyrie 1 continued to be a popular sneaker of PBA players.
Gabe Norwood swooped in for a lay-up in the Kyrie 1 ‘4th of July’.
Marqus Blakely scored wearing the Kyrie 1 ‘Deceptive Red’.
Marcio Lassiter was red-hot. He hit 10 three-pointers rocking the Kobe 9 EM ID in San Miguel colors.
Jireh Ibañes defended the red-hot Lassiter in the equally red hot Crazy Light Boost 2015.
The injured Beau Belga celebrated his team’s comeback win in the Jordan 11 Low ‘Georgetown’.
Chris Banchero continued to be a weapon off the bench wearing the Jordan 10 ‘Double Nickel’.
Did Chris Tiu play his last game in PBA wearing the DRose 5 Boost ‘Made in March’? (Answer: maybe not)
Arwind Santos tries to check Raymond Almazan in the newly-released Hyperdunk 2015.
Cyrus Baguio broke out the Kobe 9 Elite ‘Black History Month’.
AZ Reid filled-up the stats sheet while wearing the LeBron 12 Elite.
Mark Barroca fired free-throws in the Under Armour Clutchfit Drive to match his Star jersey.
Runner-up SLAM Sneaker Watch MVP for this week is Jericho Cruz. He rocked the Run DMC Shell Toe-inspired DRose 5 Boost ‘All Star’ complete with lace bling.
This week’s SLAM Sneaker Watch MVP is Chris Ross!
He rocked the Jordan 14 ‘Thunder’ in one game.
And then he dropped some never-before-seen Kobes in another game. The San Miguel PG rocked a custom Kobe 9 Elite Low in the Black History Month color and pattern.