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First Look: Jordan CP3.VII 'All-Star'

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The signature Jordan CP3.VII that Chris Paul will wear when he returns for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game was revealed for the first time on Sunday. The shoe will take on a special meaning as he will be coming back from a shoulder injury and playing for the first time in nearly two months. Despite not being voted in as a starter for the first time in several years, many expect Paul to be selected as a reserve as he putting up MVP-caliber performances prior to his injury

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As for the shoe he is expected to wear during the All-Star Game, this latest iteration of the Jordan CP3.VII will be another colorway in a long line of variants Paul has worn when he has been healthy this season. The All-Star edition of the CP3.VII will feature a blueish purple upper with a gold Jumpman logo on the heel, a purple speckled midsole, an icy blue translucent outsole and red inner lining. Paul's CP3 logo can be found on the tongue done in gold lettering.

The Jordan CP3.VII is expected to drop during NBA All-Star Weekend along with the other special Jordan Brand exclusives made for the All-Star Game. Pricing, exact date and locations where the shoe will be available have not been revealed. For a first look at the Air Jordan XX8 SE "All-Star Game," click here.

Source: gc911

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