Nike's PG2 "Home Craze" Hits Shelves This Week

Matching the Thunder’s color combination.

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Following its “Playstation” colorway debut, the Nike PG2 is back with a “Home Craze” colorway. Since Paul George revealed the model in a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers he’s donned a selection of PEs in addition to an “All Star” iteration. The “Home Craze” version was shown back in January and official images have emerged. The color scheme coincides with the Oklahoma City Thunder’s uniform thanks to the combination of blue and orange throughout. The sneaker features royal and navy blue on a majority of the upper while orange and white are found on the outsole. Swoosh branding is added to the heels and toebox while Paul George’s tag is added to the tongues, insoles and left heel.

Retailing for $110 USD, the Nike PG2 “Home Craze” will hit retailers on February 24 at select Nike Basketball retailers and online. Take a look at the shots above and let us know if you plan on hooping in them.

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