Chris Paul Rocked This Air Jordan 11 PE During The Rockets’ Recent Victory

The Houston Rockets, and Chris Paul, have been making headlines on numerous sports news websites after the team’s impressive recent victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. As of now, the Rockets have joined the Boston Celtics to have the longest win streak in the NBA during the current 2017–18 season. It also happens to be the second-longest win streak that the Rockets have ever had. Of course, the franchise would not have made it here if it was not for the players. Of course, the most notable of them all was Chris Paul, who was laced up in a never-before-seen Air Jordan 11 colorway.

The Houston Rockets ended up defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder with a score of 122-112. This was the 16th consecutive victory for the team. Over the past ten years, Chris Paul and James Harden, both from the Rockets, have been the most noteworthy clutch-time duo in the NBA. By the time the game had ended and the Rockets had won, Chris had managed to score a total of 25 points, in addition to 4 rebounds and five assists. Chris Paul is being tremendously praised for his performance and it is being speculated that he could end up becoming one of the NBA’s top five point guards.

Along with being one of the star players of the Houston Rockets, Chris Paul also happens to be an avid sneakerhead, much like his teammate P.J. Tucker. The latter was laced up in the coveted Air Jordan 7 “Miro” during the recent game, but it was the Air Jordan 11 PE worn by Chris that drew all the attention. Considering that it is merely a Player Exclusive at the moment, it is not surprising that it is dressed up in a Houston Rockets-inspired color scheme. It has plain White-colored laces, midsoles and uppers, with contrasting Red-colored accents and icy, translucent outsoles.

This is actually the second Rockets-themed colorway of the Air Jordan 11 that Jordan Brand has whipped up for Chris Paul. The first one was a nearly all-Red iteration that Chris was spotted rocking back in July 2017. Of course, since this one is a PE too, it will probably not be joining upcoming Jordan releases 2018.

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