Basketball fanatics and sneaker lovers alike were enthralled by Russell Westbrook‘s new Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 when it first debuted — and for good reason. From the deconstructed upper with a medley of different mesh panels to the two-piece midsole with embedded Zoom Air cushioning/a visible size tag on the heel, Westbrook’s fresh on-court kicks are inarguably one of the best new signature basketball silhouettes on the market right now. After they debuted in a loud “Future History” makeup inspired by all the teams Brodie’s played for — from high school onwards — they’ve now surfaced in a colorway that any OKC fan is sure to love: one that’s inspired by the team’s home uniforms. White serves as the base color, while the palette’s blue, red, yellow, and orange accents arrive on the collar, lacing system, midsole, and heel clip for a loud-but-not-overpowering look. Enjoy a first look at Russ’s newest shoes above, and be sure to stay tuned to Sneaker News for all your Jordan Brand updates.