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imagine putting on tightly laced

basketball shoes every day for hours at

a time for i don't know

maybe 15 to 20 years straight at a

minimum what do you think your feet will

feel like would they be normal looking

would they be deformed would you have

any foot pain

i don't know but what i do know is that

nba players wear basketball shoes for

most of their lives and some of them

have really deformed feet

here we have james harden back when he

was on the rockets getting ready for

shoot around before a game he was caught

putting on his sock and his gnarly feet

can be seen his toes are all bunched

together i'm guessing from being in

shoes all the time and his toenails have

seen better days for sure this nasty

foot belongs to dallas mavericks

assistant coach daryl armstrong however

this picture was taken when he played on

the mavs armstrong had a 17-year

basketball career 13 of which were in

the nba on the magic new orleans hornets

mavs pacers and nets as you can see from

this picture courtesy of dirk his foot

is so worn out that his big toe is under

the second toe in his foot he also has a

massive bunion on the side of his foot

and his toenails are definitely in rough

current clippers guard reggie jackson

also is a big sufferer of baller foot

his former pistons teammate andre

drummond took a video and even hung the

jaws theme song to it because his feet

looked like they belonged to a killer

piece those toenails look like they were

rotting yikes

lebron james has been a popular player

in the league so there are a few

pictures of his deformed feet probably

the most well known is him at the beach

where it's clear his toes are all

bunched up in the middle of his foot and

his pinky toe is practically on top of

the one next to it this same phenomenon

can be seen on the trainer's table when

he was being worked on by a miami heat

staff member this last picture shows his

other foot which doesn't look as rough

as the other but definitely has a unique

shape it reminds me of the shape of a

nike lebron 16 for horseman model number

ci7862-001

it's weird that a foot can be molded to

fit a shoe perfectly

the nba world was blessed again when

2012 evan turner at the time part of the

sixers posted a picture of an anonymous

teammate's totes these either belong to

jason richardson royal ivy drew holiday

kwame brown or maybe spencer hawes who

do you think it is

it's a mystery to this day but my money

is spencer haws calling them critters is

accurate in my opinion and i guess this

is the type of stuff people posted on

the gram back in the day

outside of being the best center in the

nba joel embiid's feet can also compete

in being some of the grossest in nba

history his toenails are nasty and those

smaller toes are hanging on for dear

even the foot connoisseurs at inside the

nba did a pull comparing embiid's feet

to shacks but fans didn't think his were

as bad

speaking of shaq he probably holds the

title for nastiest feat of all time and

unfortunately for us he has created a

lot of content about them i have the boy

you have the

most of these feet were bad but looking

at shaq's feet truly make me nauseous

he seems to get a lot of pedicures in

his post nba life but i don't think

these nail salon workers are magicians

so i'm not sure how much they're

actually going to be able to help

on the topic of pedicures it seems like

some nba players have caught on to how

their profession affects their feet

because there have been an increased

trend of ballers getting pedicures going

to the nail salon is usually considered

a woman's activity but has become more

socially acceptable in nba circles

former nba player nate robinson was one

of the first guys to publicly showcase

himself receiving a pedicure on

instagram back in 2014

other players like jonathan simmons

jason smith harry giles and darren fox

have gone on record of expressing their

use of pedicures dj augustine told

reporters quote i've had situations

before with my toenails or the calluses

on my feet they would hurt my feet

during games it makes a big difference

end quote

former player and now coach scott brooks

expressed quote i never wanted to get

them done because you're embarrassed of

your toes i mean they're a combination

of dead toenails hammer toes i would

imagine all basketball players have bad

toenails just from the shoes and all the

running and stopping and starting end

wayne ellington said quote i need one

end quote in reference to his pedicures

as he gazed at the toes on his right

foot that turned midnight black from

years of taking a beating

early on in his career evan turner heard

stories of the goat michael jordan

getting pedicures which inspired him

former player amir johnson started

getting pedicures when he walked by a

nail salon back in high school and saw

the late comedian and actor bernie mac

soaking his feet in the tub de'andre

jordan's hero tyrell owens was big into

manicures and pedicures which finally

got him into the practice of taking care

of his feet other players have been

inspired by shaq dwyane wade and lebron

pedicures for basketball players isn't

only a relaxing activity it is backed by

science as being a vital form of care to

prolong mba careers and improve

performance

the american academy of pediatric sports

medicine has noticed how wearing new

shoes constantly which nba players do a

lot can partially explain the trauma on

players feet the shoes never quite break

in so the skin around the foot has to

grow thick layers to absorb the

excessive stopping and starting on the

court over time the pressure causes

calluses to build up on the bottom of

the foot and painful ingrown toenails to

also develop

pedicures help to fix ingrown toenails

and soften the skin which helps

basketball players with their foot

health the knowledge is spreading so

quickly around the league that the

atlanta hawks player development staff

hosts a player's spa day and i'm sure

other teams do something similar as well

so as you can see one of the possible

side effects of getting into the nba

is having some nasty feet but there are

some techniques that future players can

take to prevent their feet from looking

like this

anyway guys please like this video

because it was tough for me to look at

all these hooves while making it

and maybe one of these videos is

interesting to you click on it and find

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NBA Players have the NASTIEST Feet

imagine putting on tightly laced

basketball shoes every day for hours at

a time for i don't know

maybe 15 to 20 years straight at a

minimum what do you think your feet will

feel like would they be normal looking

would they be deformed would you have

any foot pain

i don't know but what i do know is that

nba players wear basketball shoes for

most of their lives and some of them

have really deformed feet

here we have james harden back when he

was on the rockets getting ready for

shoot around before a game he was caught

putting on his sock and his gnarly feet

can be seen his toes are all bunched

together i'm guessing from being in

shoes all the time and his toenails have

seen better days for sure this nasty

foot belongs to dallas mavericks

assistant coach daryl armstrong however

this picture was taken when he played on

the mavs armstrong had a 17-year

basketball career 13 of which were in

the nba on the magic new orleans hornets

mavs pacers and nets as you can see from

this picture courtesy of dirk his foot

is so worn out that his big toe is under

the second toe in his foot he also has a

massive bunion on the side of his foot

and his toenails are definitely in rough

shape

current clippers guard reggie jackson

also is a big sufferer of baller foot

his former pistons teammate andre

drummond took a video and even hung the

jaws theme song to it because his feet

looked like they belonged to a killer

piece those toenails look like they were

rotting yikes

lebron james has been a popular player

in the league so there are a few

pictures of his deformed feet probably

the most well known is him at the beach

where it's clear his toes are all

bunched up in the middle of his foot and

his pinky toe is practically on top of

the one next to it this same phenomenon

can be seen on the trainer's table when

he was being worked on by a miami heat

staff member this last picture shows his

other foot which doesn't look as rough

as the other but definitely has a unique

shape it reminds me of the shape of a

nike lebron 16 for horseman model number

ci7862-001

it's weird that a foot can be molded to

fit a shoe perfectly

the nba world was blessed again when

2012 evan turner at the time part of the

sixers posted a picture of an anonymous

teammate's totes these either belong to

jason richardson royal ivy drew holiday

kwame brown or maybe spencer hawes who

do you think it is

it's a mystery to this day but my money

is spencer haws calling them critters is

accurate in my opinion and i guess this

is the type of stuff people posted on

the gram back in the day

outside of being the best center in the

nba joel embiid's feet can also compete

in being some of the grossest in nba

history his toenails are nasty and those

smaller toes are hanging on for dear

life

even the foot connoisseurs at inside the

nba did a pull comparing embiid's feet

to shacks but fans didn't think his were

as bad

speaking of shaq he probably holds the

title for nastiest feat of all time and

unfortunately for us he has created a

lot of content about them i have the boy

you have the

most of these feet were bad but looking

at shaq's feet truly make me nauseous

he seems to get a lot of pedicures in

his post nba life but i don't think

these nail salon workers are magicians

so i'm not sure how much they're

actually going to be able to help

on the topic of pedicures it seems like

some nba players have caught on to how

their profession affects their feet

because there have been an increased

trend of ballers getting pedicures going

to the nail salon is usually considered

a woman's activity but has become more

socially acceptable in nba circles

former nba player nate robinson was one

of the first guys to publicly showcase

himself receiving a pedicure on

instagram back in 2014

other players like jonathan simmons

jason smith harry giles and darren fox

have gone on record of expressing their

use of pedicures dj augustine told

reporters quote i've had situations

before with my toenails or the calluses

on my feet they would hurt my feet

during games it makes a big difference

end quote

former player and now coach scott brooks

expressed quote i never wanted to get

them done because you're embarrassed of

your toes i mean they're a combination

of dead toenails hammer toes i would

imagine all basketball players have bad

toenails just from the shoes and all the

running and stopping and starting end

quote

wayne ellington said quote i need one

end quote in reference to his pedicures

as he gazed at the toes on his right

foot that turned midnight black from

years of taking a beating

early on in his career evan turner heard

stories of the goat michael jordan

getting pedicures which inspired him

former player amir johnson started

getting pedicures when he walked by a

nail salon back in high school and saw

the late comedian and actor bernie mac

soaking his feet in the tub de'andre

jordan's hero tyrell owens was big into

manicures and pedicures which finally

got him into the practice of taking care

of his feet other players have been

inspired by shaq dwyane wade and lebron

pedicures for basketball players isn't

only a relaxing activity it is backed by

science as being a vital form of care to

prolong mba careers and improve

performance

the american academy of pediatric sports

medicine has noticed how wearing new

shoes constantly which nba players do a

lot can partially explain the trauma on

players feet the shoes never quite break

in so the skin around the foot has to

grow thick layers to absorb the

excessive stopping and starting on the

court over time the pressure causes

calluses to build up on the bottom of

the foot and painful ingrown toenails to

also develop

pedicures help to fix ingrown toenails

and soften the skin which helps

basketball players with their foot

health the knowledge is spreading so

quickly around the league that the

atlanta hawks player development staff

hosts a player's spa day and i'm sure

other teams do something similar as well

so as you can see one of the possible

side effects of getting into the nba

is having some nasty feet but there are

some techniques that future players can

take to prevent their feet from looking

like this

anyway guys please like this video

because it was tough for me to look at

all these hooves while making it

and maybe one of these videos is

interesting to you click on it and find

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