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Sports Illustrated’s NBA Sneakers Through The Years Feature

December 4, 2012 BY / 0

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With Russell Westbrook donning the all-new Air Jordan XX8 tonight against the Nets, why not take a look back at some of the forgotten NBA kicks over the last few years? Brands like Nike, Converse, Reebok, and some forgotten labels like L.A. Gear and Etonic were all represented on an NBA court (although the number of brands has diminished since then), so check out this crazy list of rare, vintage basketball shoes and flip through the entire list on Sports Illustrated.

Nike Blazer – George Gervin (1973)

Nike Air Force II – Moses Malone (1983)

Air Jordan 1 – Michael Jordan (1985)

Converse Weapon – Magic Johnson (1986)

Puma – Alex English (1986)

Etonic – Hakeem Olajuwon (1987)

L.A. Gear – Karl Malone (1988)

New Balance – Rony Seikaly (1990)

Reebok Pump – Dominique Wilkins (1992)

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