There weren’t too many top 25 NCAA men’s basketball teams in action last night. Moreover, although whenever the University of Connecticut’s men’s basketball team is discussed it is usually in light of a top 25 ranking, the team dropped out of the rankings in which last week it found itself at 19. So last night the men attempted to get back on track against a Big East rival in Louisville…. with the help of the Air Jordan XI and XII. Kemba Walker laced up the Air Jordan XI “Space Jams” we recently spotted Lil’ Wayne rocking at the Grammys. Meanwhile, teammates Stanley Robinson and Jerome Dyson were seen sporting the Air Jordan XII “Flu Game” and Air Jordan XII white/black-varsity red, respectively. Although UConn fell short against Louisville, it sure was a nice treat watching these speedy collegiate athletes running back and forth in such Air Jordan heat. So check out all the pictures after the jump, and let us know who you think was best suited yesterday for the Big East matchup.

Photos via Yahoo.

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  1. I could never bring myself to play in my Space Jams. Mine are for casual indoor use only. Heck I have trouble just bringing myself to wear them in a public restroom. A little extreme, I know.

  2. Steelo i go to school with those guys and im sure they have more than a couple pairs of space jams, and they didnt make the line like we did.

  3. who cares if they don't match the uniforms… them joints are fresh. wearing them while playing on the hardwood isn't as bad as playing w/ them on Asphalt trust me i seen dudes mess up their J's on the asphalt badly…besides they probalbly got more than one pair of those kicks