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adidas Hoops Prepares For The Playoffs With The Crazylight Primeknit Boost

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The 2015 NBA Playoff match-ups are now etched into stone and already the NBA analysts are having a field day with predictions and player breakdowns prior to Saturday’s official tip-off. Three individuals we know will have a major impact for their respective squads happen to be floor generals for contenders – Jeff Teague of the Atlanta Hawks, Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors, and Mike Conley of the Memphis Grizzlies. For these crucial Round 1 showdowns, adidas will lace up their star guards with three tonal colorways (solar yellow, vivid red, bright cyan) of the adidas Crazylight Boost, a shoe that debuted on the feet of Andrew Wiggins during the 2015 All-Star Weekend. The Crazylight Boost is the first adidas basketball sneaker with Primeknit technology and also features 13% more Boost cushioning that any other shoe out there, which assures maximum comfort and protection for these three key players. Look out for these loud colors when the Playoffs kick off this weekend, and stay tuned for the official release of the Crazylight Boost on July 1st with an MSRP of $140.