King James is currently rehabbing a minor ankle injury suffered in a recent regular season game, and he's doing it in style. While resting
LeBron James is one of the most feared, respected and loved (and in turn, hated) players in the league. Having signed with Nike straight out of high school and following being picked first overall in the NBA Draft, James' signature line has included some of the most sought after performance sneakers of the past decade. A turning point in footwear came in 2009 at the release of the Air Max LeBron VII, thanks to its revamped 360 degree Max Air cushioning system and Flywire upper.