Just six days after adidas announced the return of the The Kobe the Crazy 1, we see the King of adidas retros sporting a pair. In detail, Iman Shumpert took to the court Monday night in the white and black adidas Crazy 1 against the Washington Wizards. The Audi TT-inspired Crazy 1, which originally released in 2001, makes its return for the first time since 2006 on December 26, 2013 for $125.
If you recall, Chicago Bulls guard/forward Jimmy Butler surprisingly broke out the adidas Crazy 1 up during the first round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs earlier this year. View these kicks on court, plus Nick Young's Foamposites and Paul George's Kobes, below.
Orange accents and blue branding add team identity to the adidas Crazy 8 Iman Shumpert PE. Based in cool grey, this pair packs suede and leather on the upper, with printed stripes providing flair and flavor. The famous Feet You Wear sole is still strong enough to compete with today’s top tech, as Iman will lace these up during the first half of the season with the Knicks. Check out detailed images of the adidas Crazy 8 Iman Shumpert PE and look for this makeup to release on August 1st.
The 2013 Kicks On Court race is underway. Throughout this season, we not only caught up with our eight nominees, but also people we've worked with that actually pay attention to the Kicks On Court race and are sometimes spotted courtside at games. Here what DJ Clark Kent, Joe Haden, Stalley and others have to say about who should be crowned on Friday.
Iman Shumpert is fearless in his selection of shoes on and off the court.
Anyone that has the valor to step foot on the court in Jeremy Scotts after missing the entire first two and a half months of the season due to injury is very brassy.
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In the first NBA Finals episode of Kicks On Court Weekly Recap, we discuss Ray Allen's new Air Jordan XX8s, Dwyane Wade's Encore and LeBron's latest Elite. Also, Kicks On Court Champion nominee Iman Shumpert phones in to discuss how he wants to be remembered in regards to his kicks on court.