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Top Stories Of The Week: 05/30 – 06/05

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It was another busy week in the sneaker world. With all eyes focused on the NBA’s biggest stage, Nike and Under Armour finally went head to head in a battle of the premier signature in Game 1. Jordan Brand stayed updating their catalogue, as a first look at the Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux” came to fruition followed by a new Air Jordan 9 “Anthracite colorway. Asics kept us up to date on their revival of the Tiffany colorway at the hands of Ronnie Fieg and Diamond Supply Co. Continue onward to catch up on any of the latest stories you might’ve missed out on throughout the week and stay tuned for more updates over the weekend right here on Sneaker News.

THIS WEEK IN AIR JORDAN NEWS

We got a first look at 2015’s remastered version of the ever-appealing Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux” and more Lab Series creations are on the way.

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Air Jordan 15Lab12 in Black/White
A First Look At The Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux” Retro
A New Air Jordan 4 Colorway for Spring 2016
Air Jordan 9 “Anthracite”
These Air Jordan 4 “Liquid Metal” Pairs Are Causing A Stir
The Air Jordan 1 High “Los Angeles” Might Be Better Than The NYC Pair
Another Look at the Air Jordan 6 Low “Seahawks”
Jordan Spiz’ike “Poison Green” – Release Date
David Price’s Air Jordan PE Game Is Unmatched
Up Close With The Jordan Dub Zero iD
Air Jordan 1 “Rare Air” in Cool Grey
Turtle From Entourage Has Some Jordan Exclusives
Michael Jordan Is About To Dominate A Sport Other Than Basketball
Nike and Jordan Brand Join Forces For 2015 N7 Collection
Carmelo Anthony’s Air Jordan PEs With The Nuggets Were Incredible

THIS WEEK IN NIKE LEBRON NEWS

Is this the Nike LeBron 12 “Prism”? In addition to this multi-color graphic laden colorway, a first look at what could be this year’s “What The” LeBron 12 appeared late in the week.

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Nike LeBron 12 “What The” Sample
Nike LeBron 12 EXT “Prism”
Nike LeBron 12 EXT “Red Paisley”

THIS WEEK IN NIKE BASKETBALL NEWS

Nike Basketball expands to China with their latest Rise Collection full of exclusive models and colorways. The KD 8 looks continue to appear sporadically in new shades.

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Three New Nike Basketball Signature Shoes Unveiled In China’s “Rise” Collection
Nike Kobe 10 “Bright Crimson” – Release Date
Nike KD 8 “USA”
Nike KD 7 EXT “Polka Dot” – Release Date
First Look at the Nike KD Trey 5 III
Kyrie Irving’s Nike Kyrie 1 Options For The NBA Finals
Nike Kyrie 1 “Rise”

THIS WEEK IN NIKE SPORTSWEAR NEWS

The soccer-inspired Nike Footscape Magista released in four exclusive colorways to represent this summer’s Gold Cup. The Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire surprised in an upcoming camouflage update.

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Nike Footscape Magista For The World’s Best National Football Clubs
Nike Air Foamposite One PRM “Wolf Grey” Releasing In July
Nike Roshe Run NM “Polka Dot” Pack
The Original Lightning Graphic Returns on the Nike Air Presto This Summer
Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire “Green Camo”
Yet Another Colorway For Nike’s “Aloha” Theme
The Nike “Aloha” Pack In Khaki Tones
Celebrate Puerto Rico With The Upcoming Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid
Nike’s Next Retro? The Air Force 1 High
Sacai and NikeLab Extend The Relationship With The Dunk Lux
New Footwear Releases To Celebrate Nike’s LGBT-Friendly “Be True” Collection
Nike Air Huarache Run Ultra Sample
Nike Honors The Women’s World Cup With Exclusive Air Max Release

THIS WEEK IN NIKE SB NEWS

Minneapolis skateshop Familia absolutely killed their upcoming collab with the Nike SB Dunk High with this Paul Bunyan themed take.

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Familia Skates x Nike SB Dunk High “Blue Ox”
Nike SB Dunk Low “Arctic Camo”
A Leathery Nike SB Lunar Stefan Janoski

THIS WEEK IN CURRY ONE

Step Curry and the Warriors are three games away from securing Golden State’s first NBA title in 40 years. Will he wear this UA Curry One Low at all during the next few games?

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Could Steph Curry Unveil the UA Curry One Low During The Finals?
A First Look at the Under Armour Curry One Low “Panthers”
Steph Curry Reveals His Sneakers For Game One Of The NBA Finals

THIS WEEK IN ADIDAS NEWS

Boost rules everything around us. adidas’ latest technology can be found on the adidas Climachill Cosmic Boost. And no, that’s not Primeknit, but a new engineered mesh textile that looks just as appealing.

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West Coast Connection In The UNDFTD x adidas Los Angeles
adidas Flexes Primeknit on the Tubular
adidas Crazylight Boost 2015 “Solar Yellow”
Boost Is Working Wonders For adidas Running
A First Look at the adidas D Lillard 1 “Independence Day”
Damian Lillard Preps For Global Tour With “Take On Summer” Colorway
Andrew Wiggins Tests Out Next Season’s adidas Crazylight Boost At The adidas Village
One Of The World’s Best Athletes Got A Brand New Signature Shoe
adidas Shows Love To The LGBT Community With Upcoming Releases

THIS WEEK IN ASICS NEWS

Ronnie Fieg and Diamond Supply are bringing the heralded Tiffany aesthetic to a few retro Asics runners in the near future. Noted sneaker enthusiast Wale has an upcoming collaboration in the works with the brand too.

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Ronnie Fieg and Diamond Supply Co. Unveil Their Asics Collection
Wale Has An Asics Sneaker Collaboration In The Works
Your Favorite Asics Retro Runners Are Being Reinvented For 2015
Another Look at the colette x Asics Gel Lyte III

THIS WEEK IN NEW BALANCE NEWS

New Balance plans on revamping their customization site, and they’ll put their best foot forward with introducing the NB 998.

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New Balance Expands Its Custom Range With The 998
New Balance 574 “Made In USA” in Liverpool Colors

THIS WEEK IN SNEAKER TOPICS

With the start of the NBA Finals, we looked back at some of the most notable sneaker debuts in a signature star’s first ever Finals appearance.

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June 2015 Sneaker Releases
What The Biggest NBA Stars Wore In Their First Finals Game
Air Jordans Are Indeed For The Whole Family, Because Brad Hall Says So
Michael Jordan’s Game-Worn Sneakers Continue To Rise In Price, Even If They’re Not Jordans
What Was Tinker Hatfield’s First Pair Of Jordans? The Answer Isn’t Surprising
C.C. Sabathia’s Sneaker Closet Has It’s Own Kitchen And Living Room
Could This Be Nike In 100 Years?
A Look Back at the Best Nike Air Prestos of the Past