It's been a tough year for the Milwaukee Bucks. Rooted to the foot of their division standings and the worst performing team in the NBA by a country mile, Milwaukeeans haven't had much ball joy, but Sneaker Summit provided a fun distraction last weekend. The travelling swap meet took over the BMO Harris Bradley Center before the Miami Heat scorched the Bucks, laying out fresh kicks and opening up the floor to locals to hawk their finest foot wears. There were a few prize pieces too, like Ray Allen's first Team Jordans, Brandon Jenning's first signature sneak with Under Armour, Bob Lanier’s OG Adidas Top Ten, and Sir Sidney’s OG Nike Blazers - plus game-worn and deadstock player exclusive jerseys and shorts. Check out the retro Bucks gear, it's tight! There was also a raffle for autographed sneakers and collectables from Bucks legends Glenn ‘Big Dog’ Robinson, and Kareem Abdul Jabbar, as well as current players; Khris Middleton, Ersan Ilysova, and Larry Sanders. Flick through the pics from the day in the gallery above, and hit up the Sneaker Summit webby for their next event.