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Sport At least one NBA player bought Big Baller Brand shoes

00:05  12 may  2017
00:05  12 may  2017 Source:   usatoday.com

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New Orleans Pelicans guard Jordan Crawford said on Twitter he bought Big Baller Brand shoes . Crawford has bounced around the NBA since 2010 when, after being drafted by the New Jersey Nets, he was traded to the Atlanta Hawks on draft night.

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On his Twitter account Wednesday, Crawford told his followers that he bought a pair of the ZO2 shoes, the ones that start at $495 a pair.

Now apparently Crawford had only heard about the shoes before purchasing. He asked folks on Twitter to help him.

About an hour later, he let everyone know that he had bought a pair.

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About an hour later, he let everyone know that he had bought a pair. Crawford has bounced around the NBA since 2010 when, after being drafted by the New Jersey Nets, he was traded to the Atlanta Hawks on draft night. Sales haven't been that great so far for Big Baller Brand shoes .

Big Baller Brand is a pretty solid dad-name, though. It's called, um, Big Baller Brand and all of, uh, the, um, biggest NBA players will all wear them furreal if ur spending 0+ on shoes at least buy some Common Projects or something that won't make it look like you wrapped your feet in duct tape.

Crawford has bounced around the NBA since 2010 when, after being drafted by the New Jersey Nets, he was traded to the Atlanta Hawks on draft night. Then he was moved from the Hawks to the Washington Wizards on a trade deadline deal in his rookie season. At the 2013 trade deadline he was traded from Washington to the Boston Celtics, then Boston moved him to Golden State in January 2014. He was out of the league for the next two seasons and signed a contract with the Pelicans in March of this year.

He has averaged 12.3 points for his career with 3.2 assists.

According to ESPN's business reporter Darren Rovell, Crawford's shoes cost more than $495, because he ordered a size 14.

Sales haven't been that great so far for Big Baller Brand shoes. According to Nice Kicks, the company sold 263 pairs their first day.

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