While the NCAA tournament took much of the basketball attention over this past week, NBA players still unleashed some exciting new colorways. Paul George kept things going with a new PG1 PE while LeBron James returned back to his army camouflage roots. Here is a look at the best kicks of the week.
If you follow his sneaker line closely, you’ll realize LeBron James is a huge fan of camo. He does things a bit different this time with a Grey upper decked out with red accents to create one of the most unique LeBron 14’s yet.
If you didn’t know, PJ Tucker is the NBA’s biggest sneakerhead. The Toronto Raptors never lacks creativity and always finds a way to rock a pair of rare kicks on the floor. This week Tucker wore a pair of the Air Jordan 12 Retro OVO. But Tucker didn’t stop there, he also wore a pair of the Air Jordan 14 Retro Ferrari.
When in L.A., Kyrie Irving loves to show off new PE’s that goes with city’s scheme. A couple years back he wore a pair of Grammy Kyrie 1’s at the STAPLES Center and keeping with the L.A. tradition, he donned a pair of Kyrie 3 PE’s while dropping 46 points.
Adidas Crazylight Boost Low 2016 worn by Jeremy Lin
Kobe’s sneaker legacy is in good hands as several young stars such as DeMar DeRozan, Devin Booker and Giannis Antetokounmpo all wear variations of Kobe models. This Kobe AD Raptors PE colorway worn by DeMar DeRozan was the highlight this week.
Any sneaker that is mixed with the Bucks colorway seems like a winner this year. We have seen some crazy Air Jordan silhouettes worn by Greg Monroe and Jabari Parker this season. Now joining the list is Thon Maker with his own Adidas Crazy Explosive low PE.