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This week, there were definitely some unique kicks to satisfy most sneaker lovers. It was a mix between ‘old school’ kicks, and customized versions of the newest sneakers available.

Montrezl Harrell currently doesn’t have a shoe deal, so for now, he can wear whatever he wants. He definitely made use of that, when he wore the retro Shaq Attaq’s in his game against the Spurs. The shoes were Shaquille O’Neal’s first signature shoes back in 1992, but they were re-released in 2017. A couple of days earlier, also wore customized ‘Superman’ Jordan 3’s.

Spencer Dinwiddie is wearing different kicks each game, as he started his own sneaker brand this year. He’s already shown us some great kicks, but he upped his game, when he honored Stan Lee with a pair of Marvel sneakers.

These two players were definitely not the only ones with awesome kicks this week.

Montrezl Harrell – Reebok Shaq Attaq

Vince Carter – Nike Shox BB4

Spencer Dinwiddie –  K8IROS

Josh Richardson – Jordan xx8

DeMar DeRozan – Nike Kobe 11 ‘Quai54’

De’Aaron Fox – Jordan XX8 ‘Bamboo’

Tim Hardaway Jr. – Jordan 11 ‘Jeter’

Montrezl Harrell – Jordan 3 ‘Superman’

Kyrie Irving – Nike Kyrie 5

LeBron James – Nike LeBron 16

D’Angelo Russell – Nike Hyperdunk Low ‘LA’

Lance Stephenson – Jordan 4 ‘Snakeskin’

Kevin Durant – Nike KD11 ‘Michigan’

Damian Lillard – Adidas Dame 4

LeBron James – Nike LeBron 16

Lance Stephenson – Nike Kith Air Maestro 2

Spencer Dinwiddie – K8IROS

Tobias Harris – Nike Kobe A.D.

J.R. Smith – Air Jordan 5 ‘International Flight’

P.J. Tucker – Jordan 4 ‘Splatter’ 

Gerald Green – Adidas N3xt L3v3l

Kyle Kuzma – Nike LeBron 12

Kyle Kuzma – Nike Kobe 9 Elite ‘Perspective’

Jimmy Butler – Jordan 32

Jose Calderon – Nike Kobe AD ‘Exodus’

P.J. Tucker – Nike ‘Fear of God’

Taurean Prince – And1 Tai Chi

Reggie Jackson – Nike PG2

This week, there were definitely some unique kicks to satisfy most sneaker lovers. It was a mix between ‘old school’ kicks, and customized versions of the newest sneakers available.

Montrezl Harrell currently doesn’t have a shoe deal, so for now, he can wear whatever he wants. He definitely made use of that, when he wore the retro Shaq Attaq’s in his game against the Spurs. The shoes were Shaquille O’Neal’s first signature shoes back in 1992, but they were re-released in 2017. A couple of days earlier, also wore customized ‘Superman’ Jordan 3’s.

Spencer Dinwiddie is wearing different kicks each game, as he started his own sneaker brand this year. He’s already shown us some great kicks, but he upped his game, when he honored Stan Lee with a pair of Marvel sneakers.

These two players were definitely not the only ones with awesome kicks this week.

Montrezl Harrell – Reebok Shaq Attaq

Vince Carter – Nike Shox BB4

Spencer Dinwiddie –  K8IROS

Josh Richardson – Jordan xx8

DeMar DeRozan – Nike Kobe 11 ‘Quai54’

De’Aaron Fox – Jordan XX8 ‘Bamboo’

Tim Hardaway Jr. – Jordan 11 ‘Jeter’

Montrezl Harrell – Jordan 3 ‘Superman’

Kyrie Irving – Nike Kyrie 5

LeBron James – Nike LeBron 16

D’Angelo Russell – Nike Hyperdunk Low ‘LA’

Lance Stephenson – Jordan 4 ‘Snakeskin’

Kevin Durant – Nike KD11 ‘Michigan’

Damian Lillard – Adidas Dame 4

LeBron James – Nike LeBron 16

Lance Stephenson – Nike Kith Air Maestro 2

Spencer Dinwiddie – K8IROS

Tobias Harris – Nike Kobe A.D.

J.R. Smith – Air Jordan 5 ‘International Flight’

P.J. Tucker – Jordan 4 ‘Splatter’ 

Gerald Green – Adidas N3xt L3v3l

Kyle Kuzma – Nike LeBron 12

Kyle Kuzma – Nike Kobe 9 Elite ‘Perspective’

Jimmy Butler – Jordan 32

Jose Calderon – Nike Kobe AD ‘Exodus’

P.J. Tucker – Nike ‘Fear of God’

Taurean Prince – And1 Tai Chi

Reggie Jackson – Nike PG2

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