Debuting his PG 4 shoes for the first time, Paul George made one of the craziest and-1 shots in his career against the New York Knicks.
PG’s Clippers were hanging onto a 4-point lead when George decided to get aggressive. The LA forward drove right past R.J. Barrett, who bumped George out of bounds. The ref blew his whistle so Paul launched a Hail Mary as he drifted behind the backboard. The ball hung in the air for an eternity, completely out of the view of the camera. The rock eventually drifted through the hoop, to the amazement of the Knicks and the Staples Center crowd.
The PG 4 that George rocked for this moment features full-length Air Max cushioning. This technology was taken to the next level with a full-length Air bag stitched directly into the strobel. This sits directly underneath your foot, meaning you’ll almost literally walk on air. The other eye-catching part of the design is the zipper-shroud upper that looks similar to Gary Payton’s “The Glove” sneaker. This version will be more breathable though, with open-hole mesh on the medial side.
George rocked a red and blue Clippers colorway during this highlight, which is currently unavailable. You can find Paul George’s Nike PG 4 at StockX.