College Kicks On Court: Nike Zoom KD IV Remains a Hardwood Staple

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Kevin Durant‘s latest signature, the Nike Zoom KD VI, has been the most prevalent signature model in College Kicks On Court this season, but it isn’t the only member of his line prevalent on NCAA hardwood. Although the schedule of college basketball games around the country was short during the first part of the week, the Nike KD IV was spotted multiple times in different regions. Iowa‘s Devyn Marble laced a Team Bank colorway in the midwest, Lehigh‘s Shane Whitfield whipped out the Olympic rendition out east, and Kentucky‘s Willie Cauley-Stein wore his NIKEiD makeup in between. Widely regarded as the Thunder superstar’s best silhouette to date, two years after its release, the Nike KD IV is clearly still a favorite.

Click through the pages to see what all was worn on feet around the country on the college basketball landscape, including rare retros and team colorways. Tell us who you think had the best showing in the feedback box at the bottom of the page, and keep coming through College Kicks On Court all season.

Willie Cauley-Stein pushes the ball in a Nike KD IV iD Troy Joseph and Shane Whitfield in the Air Jordan 9 “Cool Grey” and Nike KD IV “Gold Medal,” respectively Devyn Marble pushes the ball in a Nike KD IV TB Derrick Marks in the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Pearl” Andre Hollins defends in the Nike Air More Uptempo

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