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Sep 28, 2017
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NBA Media Day 2017 was all about bold statements and bolder shoes.

Sneakerheads are already drooling from that showcase, and the heavy lineup of signature kicks that are about to be made available this month isn't really helping.

Which of these are worth copping?


Nike PG 1 'Baseline'

The grey suede upper is complemented by lasered detailing and a gum rubber outsole, just like how Paul George will be nullifying his new, trigger-happy teammates.

Release date: 10/01

Nike Kyrie 3 University Red/University Red-Wolf Grey

Its suede panel, quilted pattern, and embroidered swoosh represent the different facets of Kyrie Irving's game that will be in full display with the Boston Celtics.

Release date: 10/01

Nike KD 10 'Numbers', Dark Grey/Reflective Silver

Kevin Durant will be wearing the white Warriors-themed sillhoutte on opening day against the Houston Rockets, while the dark version over the course of the basketball calendar.

Release date: 10/01, 10/20

Nike LeBron 15 'Ashes', 'Ghost'

Neutral tones and the minimalist look in his latest shoe encapsulate LeBron James' no-frills approach to chasing that fourth ring this season.

Release date: 10/28

Adidas D Rose 8 Black/Gold-White

Yet another bounce-back campaign for Derrick Rose, this time with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The clean aesthetic shows that the former MVP means serious business.

Release date: 10/28

Adidas Dame 4 'Rip City', 'Un-Dyed'

The first three pairs had sweet reviews, so these fresh ones carry high expectations—same with Damian Lillard, who is one of the NBA's most underrated players.

Release date: 10/06, 10/20

Under Armour Curry 4 White/Black

Stephen Curry's newest kicks follow the common trend of B&W October releases. Though we dig the blue-and-yellow edition from media day better.

Release date: 10/17

 

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