February 2, 2017 BY Patrick Johnson
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are currently feeling the winter blues. The teamed dropped 8 games in January and despite the addition of sharp-shooter Kyle Korver, LeBron’s been quick to take to the media and say that the squad still needs playmakers in the form of a backup point guard for Kyrie Irving and an extra big. Maybe that’s why LeBron continues to break out grey versions of his Nike LeBron 14, to match his mood and the overall vibe from the Cavs’ January.
He and the Cavs got on the right track last night against the Minnesota Timberwolves, setting a season high in assists and demonstrating why they’re still considered the best team in the Eastern Conference. There were even some added shades of navy and yellow to liven up yet another grey LeBron 14 PE. Perhaps the most interesting update came on the midfoot strap, as ’23’ appeared behind the yellow Swoosh for an added graphic touch.
While the ‘Out of Nowhere’ colorway released at a number of select shops already, we’re still waiting for the first widespread release of the Nike LeBron 14 to hit retailers on February 10th. Check out LeBron’s latest PE below and stay tuned for more LBJ updates right here on Sneaker News.
Source: Aaron Knows/ John Kuntz for Cleveland.com/ Ken Blaze for USAToday