If Michael Jordan and Lebron James are the must have Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis video game consoles of the 90’s, then P.J. Tucker is somewhere in the realm of TurboGraphx-16.
Despite being a solid defender and corner three point specialist, a current stat line of 8.5 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 1.4 assists, suggests that P.J. Tucker might go unnoticed at an NBA award night; just like a TurboGraphx-16 placed beside a Super Nintendo at Toys R Us.
Where P.J. Tucker gets his accolades is in the sneaker department. His collection of ultra rare, limited edition, and player exclusive kicks are unrivaled in the NBA. P.J. Tucker is known to bring new sneaker heat to each and every game.
Oh, it’s already been broughten!Bring It On
Sometimes I feel like P.J. Tucker.
In the virtual sneakerverse, aka online, I feel like P.J. Tucker’s solid, but average NBA stat line. By most accounts, I rock a decent collection of kicks that are respectable, but by no means celebrated by most sneakerhead standards.
In the real sneakerverse, aka real life, I feel like P.J. Tucker; the tunnel entry photographed sneaker celebrity. Compared to my non-sneakerhead colleagues and friends, who rock nondescript Sketchers and Nike Freeruns, like the ones nurses and Nike factory outlet employees wear, I am P.J. Tucker.
To my colleagues and non-sneakerhead friends, they see my collection of kicks as stylish, wild, and likely excessive.
Do you ever feel like P.J. Tucker?