Nike LeBron 9 Low ‘Cyber’

March 21, 2012 BY / 17

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Last year’s NBA regular season was considered by many to be the best in decades, an action-packed annum bookended by ‘The Decision’ and an unlikely champion. 2010-11 saw all kinds of unique scenarios emerge, from the NBA’s youngest ever MVP to a Finals winner led by former Most Valuable Player who’d previously been scorched by the Heat in his earlier attempt at the title. But even if Dirk and Dallas beating Miami in the 2011 Finals wasn’t a course of events we expected, it was far less shocking than the rise of the Memphis Grizzlies to a legitimate Western Conference contender.

The Grizz currently find themselves within reach of homecourt advantage in the first round of the upcoming postseason, and though they might not make it to the Finals to face LeBron or whomever comes out of the East, this Nike LeBron 9 Low provides a collision of King James and the Home of the Blues that’s probably more visually impressive than a MEM/MIA matchup. They have a cool summertime look that could prove to be another annual installation in the LeBron summer series; will these make your shopping list with all the heat on the horizon? Let us know what you think when you click through for new images and stick with Sneaker News for release info. via ITSB

Nike LeBron 9 Low
Obsidian/Cyber-White-Blue Grey
518811-401
$150

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17 comments
James Jones
James Jones

These look like shiz compared to the 8 V2 low IMO.

Michael
Michael

Yo is hype a bad word or something??

isAisAisA
isAisAisA

not as nice as those lows that kinda looked like un-summites not as nice as easters either or the red/aqua ones .....or the entourages

Yes
Yes

I loved the first, it looked amazing then I saw the second one and I almost threw up... Why does ot look like a retarted shoe and not an NBA MVP shoes smfh, shape is totally awkward

MikeG407
MikeG407

feeling these...like the logo on the first part of the laces that's something different & new

A-Boog
A-Boog

I think if they were displayed on foot, people will actually have a better appreciation for them. The lebron 8 were flyer but these def have potential for looking dope

ECC
ECC

Make the air unit YELLOW matching the swoosh and it's sure fire!!!

Rome 1
Rome 1

The side view of these for some reason look horrible.

Enemizz
Enemizz

These will look waaayy better on feet tho.

Murano_Mcfly
Murano_Mcfly

i actually really like the lebron 9 low model just to where to look good or hangout. they seem like a pretty cool basketball shoe even though I'm used to a more athletic type of basketball sneaker like the kobe 7 and prior kobes or hyper fuse but i am def coppin the easter 9 low and potentially these

DA FUCK?
DA FUCK?

the air max sole looks too thick with the reduced size of the shoe

big50mike
big50mike

you think so cus im thinking of copping the easters but they look wired..........

kushandkicks
kushandkicks

ya the pics with the easters on feet look mad freshh

big50mike
big50mike

well this look softer then the high tops.....

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