P.J. Tucker Wore Diamond-Encrusted Air Jordan 1s Before Game 6 of NBA Finals
The Milwaukee Bucks are NBA Champions for 2021 after defeating the Pheonix Suns 4–2 to clinch the series. And as you would expect, Bucks star P.J. Tucker was dressed for the occasion, sporting custom Air Jordan 1s from The Shoe Surgeon in the lead-up to the deciding game at Fiserv Forum.
The undisputed sneaker king of the NBA was seen showing off the unique creation in the car park pre-game, before wearing them as he walked down the tunnel into the changerooms on his way to tasting basketball’s holy grail. And these AJ1s truly are a shoe fit for such a momentous occasion, featuring 32.74 carat diamonds among many other deluxe additions.
There’s not a lot of info out on these customs just yet, apart from the images above, but they seem to vibe on the Off-White Air Jordan 1s that have released in the past, right down to what looks like a diamond-encrusted zip tie attached to the lacing unit. And you couldn’t talk about these championship creps without mentioning the black alligator skin uppers. Do you think P.J. will be bold enough to wear these to the after-match celebrations? Only time will tell...
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