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Today in NBA Sneaker History: Al Horford Dispatches Magic in the Nike Air Max Hyperposite

Tonight, the two top teams in the NBA’s southeast division will square off from AmericanAirlines Arena as the 7-3 Miami Heat host the 6-4 Atlanta Hawks. Both teams are undefeated in divison match-ups thus far and come into tonight’s game on win streaks, as the Heat look for the fourth straight W and the Hawks will try to keep their two game run alive. Most fans expected Miami’s Big Three to dominate as usual, but the Hawks have been especially impressive this season due in large part to the combination of point guard Jeff Teague and big man Al Horford. Both Teague and Horford will have to keep up their efficient play if they hope to knock off the defending NBA champions.

Al Horford is currently in his sixth NBA season, and the forward/center has gained a reputation as one of the game’s best all-around big men. On this day last year, he powered the Hawks to a win over another team from Florida, the Orlando Magic. Al Horford dominated the paint with 15 points, 9 rebounds, 3assists, and a steal as Atlanta picked up a 81-72 home win.

Recently, Al Horford has been spotted in the Nike Hyperdunk 2013, but during this time last year he opted for a model that was even more big-man friendly, the Nike Air Max Hyperposite. This innovative model was the first sneaker to combine Hyperfuse and Foamposite technologies, and added Air Max cushioning for good measure. With a durable, protective upper and sturdy, high impact cushioning, the Nike Air Max Hyperposite is ideal for bigger players. Try them today for $180.

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