The 2017 NBA Finals Will Be The Biggest Basketball Shoe Platform Ever


Date & time Apr 14 '18
Event ends Apr 15 '23
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jordans 2018 has quite the sneaker selection going on for the NBA Finals. While he laced up the LeBron 14 for Thursday night’s Game 1, Game 2 is up in the air as he could go with either the LeBron Soldier 11 or even the brand new LeBron 14 Low, seen here in a classic USA themed colorway as well as a tonal cool mint theme. These are scheduled to release this Summer, so stay tuned for release updates.Nike Basketball has been releasing a number of grade school exclusive LeBron 14 colorways throughout summer. After the debut of three WWE-inspired LeBron 14 options, the Swoosh will follow that up with a vibrant pair inspired by the first time LeBron saw the ocean on an AAU basketball trip with his childhood team growing up. The Nike LeBron 14 Cocoa Beach tells the story of the Florida town where a young LeBron first saw the ocean with teammates from Akron thanks to a bright Blue Lagoon and Squadron Blue upper paired with Tour Yellow and Bright Crimson accents on the Swoosh branding and heel tab. ‘Cocoa Beach’ callouts hit the side panel stripe while a unique insole shows a map of the small beach town. You can grab your pair this Saturday, August 12th for $140 USD. Check out more detailed photos of the coming kids-exclusive LeBron 14 colorway below and head over to our Release Dates page for more of the latest and greatest from Nike Basketball.
Nike Air Jordan 2017 are rolling. They’ve gone 30-4 in the Eastern Conference Playoffs over the past 3 seasons and just blew out the Toronto Raptors for the second consecutive game to take a commanding 2-0 series lead. To some, a third straight rematch between the Cavs and Warriors seems inevitable in this coming NBA Finals. The Cavs have the partnership of LeBron James and Kyrie Irving to thank for that. There’s now even more reason for the dynamic duo to be happy, as revealed that the All-Star teammates have the best-selling signature models in the NBA currently.LeBron battled fellow Nike Basketball athlete Paul George in a number of memorable performances throughout the first round, but still made easy work of the Indiana Pacers to secure yet another first round sweep for the fifth straight season. The last time somebody handed The King a loss in the opening round was the last time Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks were in the playoffs. Now the Cavs can wait a week to see who they play next, and we’re sure LBJ has plenty of fresh colorways in store for round 2 like this Nike LeBron 14 “Bred” slated to hit retailers on May 19th for $175. The LeBron 14 Bred features an all black construction with underlying red mesh peeking through while a matching red Swoosh outline hits that midfoot strap overlay. Check out an initial teaser below and stay tuned for more Release Dates right here on Sneaker News.
Best Jordans 2018 doesn’t seem like an ideal inspiration to land on a signature model, especially when LeBron is shooting a career worst from the charity stripe at a 67% clip, but missed shots aren’t the actual motif behind this University Red LeBron 14 pair. Instead, the Nike LeBron 14 Red Brick Road is inspired by LBJ’s hometown gym where his basketball odyssey started. The inner tongue lining features the ‘Just A Kid From Akron’ callout while vibrant red is contrasted by black hints throughout to honor the long road to becoming one of the game’s greats. Grab your pair this Saturday, April 15th for $175 USD. Check out more detailed shots of the LeBron 14 Red Brick Road below and stay tuned for more Release Dates right here on Sneaker News.LeBron’s made his love for wrestling fairly public, trolling the Golden State Warriors with an ‘Ultimate Warrior’ t-shirt after coming back from being down 3-1 to win Cleveland’s first NBA Championship in 2016. Now wrestling legends like the Ultimate Warrior, Ric Flair, and the Undertaker will be remembered on the LeBron 14 in three new grade school exclusive colorways.The moment we’ve been waiting for all NBA season long is finally here. We waited for 82 games and the entire playoffs to get to what appeared to be a guarantee: the Cavs vs Warriors: Part III.

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