Nike showed its support for World AIDS Day by making its RED shoelaces available yesterday (you can purchase them here). In addition, our staff showed support by supplying you with 23 Red Sneakers to Raise Awareness for World AIDS Day. However, check out today’s Kicks On Court to see which NBA players showed their support for this world-recognized day.
In the New Orleans Hornets-Los Angeles Lakers game last night, players such as Kobe Bryant, Derek Fisher and Shannon Brown sported the Nike (RED) laces in their sneakers. Kobe Bryant and Shannon Brown hooped in the Kobe IV, while Fisher wore his Hyperize PE. Although the red laces have nothing to do with the purple and gold Lakers jerseys, it is good to see a few players showing their support for yesterday’s focus. Click here to see these players rocking the (Nike) RED laces plus other kicks worn by Michael Beasley, Dwyane Wade, Brandon Roy and others.
Kobe Bryant and Derek Fisher sporting the (Nike) RED laces? in their Kobe IV and Hyperize, respectively
Kobe Bryant's Nike Zoom Kobe IVs with (Nike) RED laces
Kobe Bryant turning the corner in the Nike Zoom Kobe IV with (Nike) RED laces
Shannon Brown dunking the ball in the Nike Zoom Kobe IV with (Nike) RED laces
Dwyane Wade and Brandon Roy in the Jordan Hallowed Ground and the Nike Air Max Rise, respectively
Steve Nash in the Nike Cradle Rock
Juwan Howard and Jermaine O'Neal in the Air Jordan 16.5 and the Nike Blue Chip II, respectively
Bobby Brown and Jordan Farmar in the Nike Hyperdunk and the Adidas TS Cut Creator, respectively
Carmelo Anthony dunking in the Jordan Melo M6
Michael Beasley laying it up in the Adidas TS Commander LT
Tyson Chandler and Kendrick Perkins in the Jordan Hallowed Ground and the Adidas Pro Model, respectively
Joel Anthony and Greg Oden in the Nike Power Max and the Nike Blue Chip II, respectively
Ron Artest defending in his Peak sneaker
David West in the Nike Power Max
Actress Julia Louis Dreyfus's son rocking the Nike Air Max LeBron VII "More Than A Game Series"
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