25 Classic NBA Players and the Sneakers They Should Have Worn

February 25, 2013 BY

RATE THIS
4.50 / 5 (1 VOTES)
RATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THIS 
Loading...Loading...

Do sneakers really enhance the abilities of a player? That debate can go both ways. Are the athletes of today that much more advanced, or is the overall better conditioning and longevity due to advanced products? According to this latest list by Sneaker Report, the players of the past might’ve benefited from something lighter, softer, and stronger than was available back in the day. Would Jordan have dominated even more if the Flight Plate on the XX8 was available? Would the Mailman Karl Malone have delivered on Sundays if the Hyperposite was there for him? What if the adidas Rose 3 was there for the already unguardable Bob Cousy – would he be the single greatest player ever? There are some interesting scenarios laid out for twenty-five NBA legends and the shoes they should’ve worn in this list, so check out some of their proposed thoughts below and head to Sneaker Report for the entire feature.


 eBay Marketplace Logo "adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Zebra" "NIke LeBron X Cork"
view all 244 items on ebay
disclaimer

Loading...

Filed under: Adidas Air Jordan Basketball Celebrity Feet Kevin Durant Kobe LeBron

latest posts
Loading...
Load more posts

Get the latest News and Releases to your inbox

New Videos

Is the adidas' Futurecraft 4D the future of sneakers? by SneakerNews

How Kaws got to design an Air Jordan IV. by SneakerNews

Popular Posts

715653

Atlas To Release 100 Pairs Of Special Box For Thomas Campbell’s “What The” Nike SB Dunk by Sneaker News

715422

First Look At The Nike Flyknit Trainer Retro For July 2017 by Patrick Johnson

715268

adidas Brings Back The Rom Zissou from Wes Anderson’s “The Life Aquatic” by Patrick Johnson

715456

The adidas NMD R2 Is Making A Huge Splash On July 13th by Patrick Johnson

715599

How To Buy The PSNY x Air Jordan 12 In NYC, Milan, And Paris by Patrick Johnson

Top Categories

  • Select Category

Archives

Sneaker Archive

MENU