NBA Feet: The Biggest Stories of the 2012-2013 Season

April 18th, 2013 by

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Was the 2012-2013 NBA Season the best ever – from a sneaker standpoint?  In this era of sneaker fashion forwardness, the Retro sneaker craze, and signature shoe dominance, this past NBA season (a full one, at that) definitely kept the the sneaker community more in tune with the league than ever before. There were plenty of interesting headlines that we didn’t get to delve too deeply into during our NBA Feet recaps, so see what we’ve pointed out as the biggest stories of the 2012-2013 NBA Season.

Instead of pointing out “the best sneakers of the season”, we’re going to take it a step further and discuss some interesting occurrences from the season. The Nike Elite Collection debuting before the Playoffs, Dwyane Wade’s new signature shoe, Melo taking a step backwards, and an unofficial sneaker battle among the top sneakerheads in the NBA will have us discussing NBA Feet well after the regular season is over, so check out the stories below!

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