With Game 5 of the 2013 NBA Finals in the books, the Spurs have taken a 3-2 advantage before the series heads back to Miami on Tuesday night. Looking back on last night's game, there were a number of awesome performance models on the hardwood. Get a closer look at last night's sneaker action with The Best Sneakers Worn in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
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adidas Crazyquick PE
Player: Tim Duncan
While "crazy quick" wouldn't be the first phrase we'd use to describe Duncan, anyone playing at his level at the age of 37 can wear pretty much whatever he or she pleases.
Nike LeBron X "Prism"
Player: Manu Ginobili
In some sort of complex reverse psychology situation, the Spurs are actually beating LeBron in LeBron's own models.
Air Jordan XX8
Player: Ray Allen
Allen's Finals three-point record was broken tonight as he wore the latest Jordan legacy model. Who's the new record holder? Check the next slide.
Nike Zoom Soldier 6
Player: Danny Green
This man, who continued the trend of wearing LeBron-endorsed sneakers.
Nike Hyperdunk 2012 Low
Player: Norris Cole
Cole looks to hold off San Antonio's team leader in a low-profile Nike model.
Nike LeBron X PS Elite PE
Player: LeBron James
Even in defeat, you can't stop King James from shining.
Li-Ning Way of Wade Encore
Player: Dwyane Wade
D. Wade had a double-double with 25 points and 10 assists in this metallic look.
Nike Air Max Hyperposite
Player: Chris Bosh
Bosh is held down by Nike's tech-blending big man model.