Zion Jordan 1 Sneakers Blows Out Chaundee Brown Foot In Summer League. Chaundee Brown Zion Jordan 1 blows out. Chaundee Brown Zion Jordan 1 sneaker explodes

Are Zion Williamson’s Nike sneakers cheaply made? In a strange case of Deja Vu Zion Williamson is center of attention in another sneaker blow out situation. This time Chaundee Brown’s Zion Jordan 1 sneakes blew out his feet during a Lakers vs Knicks summer league.

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The incident happened when Chaundee Brown was trying to play physical pressure defense. After he fell to the ground the camera zoomed on his Zion Jordan 1 sneakers blown out with his foot going through them. Some people feel this is more proof that Nike is making cheap shoes to cut costs.

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Take at look at Chaundee Brown’s Zion Jordan 1 sneaker exploding.

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Zion Jordan 1 Sneakers Blows Out Chaundee Brown Foot In Summer League. Chaundee Brown Zion Jordan 1 blows out. Chaundee Brown Zion Jordan 1 sneaker explodes
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You probably remember when Zion Williamson blew out his Nike shoes when he was playing for Duke, and injured his MCL.

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Should Zion Jordan 1 Sneakers be Recalled?

The main worry people have when seeing Chaundee Brown’s Zion Jordan 1 blowout is the chance of the same thing happening to Zion Williamson who wears the same shoes. Maybe Nike needs to investigate their production process to make sure there is no faults in the stitching.

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Moral of the story is Chaundee Brown should have been wearing BBB sneakers, word to Lavar Ball.

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Author: JordanThrilla Staff

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