Elite Women’s basketball recruit Aaliyah Gayles, who was shot 10 times at a house party in Las Vegas, has signed a national letter of intent recently to USC. Gayles, the No. 8 recruit in the 2022 class, according to ESPN’s HoopGurlz, was surprised with a pair of Women’s Jordan XI Low shoes from Shoe Palace.The gift was meant to lift her spirits and show support during her recovery. Las Vegas in a city that is near and dear to the heart of Shoe Palace. The story had an impact on everyone at Shoe Palace and we were all inspired by Aaliyah’s courage. We look forward to seeing all the amazing things she accomplishes in the future.
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