NBA Feet: 10 Things To Expect For The 2013-2014 Season

October 9th, 2013 by / 1

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With one week of the NBA pre-season in the books, we can tell already that this season of NBA Feet Recaps will have more than ever in store for us. After all, Nate Robinson wasn’t the highlight of the Nuggets’ first exhibition game with his ‘Space Jam’ customs, but it was his teammate Quincy Miller that brought out the Air Jordan 5 Tokyo 23. That’s pretty much a solid appetizer for what’s to come in what’s shaping up to be the most action-packed NBA season of sneakers, and we can confidently say that nobody in the NBA is safe from guarding someone with unexpected heat.

While players moved teams, effectively changing their in-game sneaker selections, other key names shifted brands, like Steph Curry and his newfound Under Armour affiliation that should only help further the brand’s basketball imprint. Of course, there’s plenty more to expect from the typical Jordan Retros and Nike Basketball signatures, and with so much happening this off-season and only three weeks to go before opening tip-off – what can we expect from this season? Luckily we’re here to help as we give you 10 things to look out for on the feet of the world’s best ballers during this brand new season.

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champloo_gary
champloo_gary

I love to see other players wearing the Way of Wades. Especially players here in Miami

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