After releasing in high-top and engineered mesh makeups, the Nike Kobe 9 Elite Low is now available for your summer basketball sessions. Curious how the sneaker performs on court? Our latest video Performance Review breaks down the first low-top Flyknit sneaker for the hardwood in every category, from traction to durability. Check out the video below, and give us your thoughts on the Mamba's latest sneaker in the comment section.
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In the first NBA Finals edition of Kicks On Court Weekly Recap, we conclude the season resumes of our 2014 Kicks On Court Champion...
Earlier today, we gave you an inside look at LeBron James warming up in the highly anticipated Nike LeBron 11 EXT "King's Crown." Tonight, we were on the court to catch his teammate and sharpshooter, Ray Allen, warming up in his new Air Jordan XX8 SE "Finals" PE. This away pair features a predominately black camo upper, with hits of gold and red symbolizing the Heat's championship run. What do you think of Ray's latest PE? Let us know in the comment section below, and keep it locked to Nice Kicks for more exclusive Kicks On Court coverage from the NBA Finals.
Yesterday, Nice Kicks got invited to the Miami Heat's practice, where we gave you an inside look at LeBron James' Nike LeBron 11 Elite "Finals" PE, as well as a couple snaps of James warming up in the Nike LeBron 11 EXT “King’s Crown." Today, we return with more images of King James putting up shots in the highly anticipated EXTs just before practice got underway. Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for exclusive Kicks On Court content throughout the duration of the NBA Finals.
Nobody faults the Houston Rockets for passing on Michael Jordan with the #1 Draft Pick back in 1984. Why? Because their top choice, Hakeem Olajuwon, went on to become one of the greatest big men to ever play the game. The 12x All-Star and 2x NBA Champion laced up many sneakers over the length of his legacy, but it all started with Etonic. Following the recent news of accomplished footwear designer D'Wayne Edwards joining the Etonic Brand, we sit down with the brand's Hall of Fame ambassador to hear what's next from The Dream and Etonic on the footwear front.
On the last day of the 2013-2014 NBA season, we share with you the third installment of our Sole Access series. We saw Spurs equipment manager Travis Wade take us inside each player's locker at the AT&T Center, in addition to the practice facility in January, and had Lakers equipment manager Carlos Maples walk us through the lockers of Nick Young and Kendall Marshall earlier this month. In today's episode, Dwayne Wilson, the most tenured equipment manager in the NBA, gives us an exclusive tour inside the locker room, equipment room and weight room of the Sacramento Kings. Check out these walkthroughs, the sneaker-filled lockers of DeMarcus Cousins, Derrick Williams and Rudy Gay, plus more behind-the-scenes info from Wilson about his day-to-day duties over the years.
Following Soley Ghost's episode, the first filmed outside of a home in our Sneak Peek series, we break ground once again with a trip to Tustin, CA to visit former Arizona Wildcats star and current ESPN analyst, Miles Simon's sneaker garage. With a collection consisting of an array of gems, watch the episode above and let us know which rare pair you liked most.