talk about being additional! Milwaukee Bucks goaltender PJ Tucker never fails to steal the show, when it comes to footwear.
His latest shoes have literal diamonds on it – we are obsessed!
PJ Tucker’s Diamond-Encrusted Shoes Explored
It’s no secret that PJ is a sneaker fanatic, but we were do not ready for these diamond shoes – they bring a whole new level to the game.
Tucker arrived at the Fiserv Forum for Game 6 of the NBA Finals against, feet dripping with bling.
Pictured above, PJ sported custom black leather Nikes, complete with a diamond-encrusted tick. It doesn’t get more boujee than that.
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We’re not the only ones raving about Tucker’s shoes.
One fan tweeted, “Pj Tucker with 32.74 carats of diamonds in the shoes he showed up at the Milwaukee Arena for Game 6…customized by the surgeon. The conversation is over. Tucker is the GOAT sneaker.
Another wrote: “Congratulations to the PJ Tuckers shoe collection and shoes only.”
Someone else took to Twitter to write, “He coordinated his shoes with his jewelry just the way they should.”
“PJ Tucker had $250,000 in diamonds embedded in his gambling shoes for tonight.”
Inside PJ Tucker’s Shoe Collection
The veteran Bucks guard never lets fans down with his shoe game. In fact, his diamond Nikes were only the starter in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Tucker then released some rather colorful “Super Smoothies” sneakers.
In August 2020, PJ’s sneaker collection reportedly reached 5,000 – we to know that he has grown since.
Just in the 2021 NBA playoffs, we saw Tucker sport shoes like Nike Kyrie 4 “Green Lobster”, Nike Dunk SB High “Maui Wowie”, Nike Kobe 6 PE “Red October”, Nike Dunk Low “Pigeon”, and so much more!
If you’re wondering where Tucker keeps his ever-growing shoe collection, well, he’s got an entire loft dedicated to his sneakers.
In discussions with SI last year, Tucker revealed, “It’s just about having space and honestly keeping the shoes away from my wife’s space.”
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