July 11th, 2014 by John Kim / 47
So, unless you’ve been living under a rock of some kind, LeBron James has chosen to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Is it a move spurned by the thought of unfinished business or preserving a legacy of some kind? LeBron’s letter via SI sheds some light on that, but does it matter really? The NBA just got so much more interesting, you won’t see a team in the NBA Finals with an unsupportive fanbase, and the folks at Nike Basketball can ditch the South Beach colorway for good. Before we move on to the LeBron 12 and the wine/gold combo, we decided to look at 10 standout releases from the first Cleveland era.
The shoes selected here have made some kinda of effect on the future of signature line. Sneakers like the “Wheat” generations were a hint at the EXT line, the P.S. was the Elite series before it was ever made public, and the eight others we picked have some great history behind them. Check out this selection of ten LeBrons from the first seven seasons and let us know if you think other shoes deserve to be in here, and of course, stay tuned to Sneaker News for the latest in the Nike LeBron series.
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Everyone said the same thing about the 11's last year turned out to be one of the best selling lebrons
Yes,please do cause the 12's just ain't cutting it..I hate how they go from dope to shitty in the blink of an eye..
Very 1st pair of LeBron's I've ever gotten. #Memories Alex Villanueva Angel Delgado David Gonzalez Jovan Alcantara
Dope colorways that can be applied onto Nike Lebron X's & AF1's. Nike aren't goin' to JUST DO IT but sneaker customizers will hahahaha.......