All-Star Saturday’s top 10 sneakers
Who wore what during All-Star Saturday.
The All-Star break is always big – but no one does it bigger than Los Angeles. The celebrities, the fashion, the parties – L.A. has it locked n when it comes to doing things right. As a player, it’s a spotlight that only the NBA Finals can replace, so it’s the perfect time to break out fly fits and fresh kicks.
This year is different, too. Jordan Brand and Nike have wasted no time in taking over the City of Angels in this, their first year back as apparel partner to the NBA. Part of that is decking out their athletes in the latest, greatest and rarest sneakers – or in Kyrie’s case, the cheapest.
Saturday saw new 3-point champ Devin Booker along with the Greek Freak debut two fresh new camo editions of the Undefeated x Nike Kobe 1 Protro, LeBron had many costume changes, including an All Star 15 Low, a Pony Hair Zoom Generation and a Los Angeles Zoom Generation to celebrate the festivities.
PG debuted a new PE whilst Kyrie brought us a first full look at his ‘budget’ signature sneaker, which will retail at $80 later this year.
It’s not just the players, either. Jumpman ambassadors Marky Mark and DJ Khaled fittingly judged the Slam Dunk contest both rocking pairs of the recently released ‘Free Throw’ Line Air Jordan 3 – 30 years on from Mike’s iconic Slam Dunk competition win.
Take a look below at all of the foot action from day two of the NBA All-Star weekend in Los Angeles. We’ll be back tomorrow with a wrap up of all the on court kicks from the big game.
Mark Wahlberg and DJ Khaled