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New Season, New Kicks!

With the NBA season right around the corner, we get a look at the newest installments of the star players’ sneakers, and this year is going to be crazy! 

With Lebron James entering his 17th year in the league, he has dominated the court with the Lebron Nike series. With iconic sneakers like the Lebron 4 “Fruity Pebbles” and the Lebron 7 “South Beach”, Lebron has been the king of the sneaker game, and on the court.

Credit: Nike

The Lebron 17 is the latest installment from the King’s already dope collections, and it has already hit Nike retailers. The Lebron 17 “Lakers” comes to us with an all black upper, yellow accents, and a purple air bubble for comfort. These are currently retailing for $200 and look for more colorways in the near future.

This will be a crazy year for the Warriors, but Curry will have some fresh sneakers to carry him through the rough season ahead. The new Curry 7 has the same low cut look as the Curry 5 and Curry 6, but there are some very noticeable differences. There is a new midsole plate, and a see-through overlay on the upper that makes the sneaker pop, as it is definitely a head turner. The Curry 7 “UNDRTD” is set to release on November 1st and another colorway following on November 29th.

Image via Under Armour

We are also getting new sneaker models from Damian Lillard, Kryie Irving, Kay Thompson, James Harden and so many others! This NBA will be crazy with the fresh footwear and all the new faces in new places! 

One thing looming around the sneaker community is that PJ Tucker, The Sneaker King, is a sneaker free agent! Who do you feel PJ should sign with going forward? Keep popping in, and checking with us for updates on all of the latest sneaker news and more!


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