Kicks On Court: Weekly Rundown of the Best Sneakers Worn in the NBA

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Rounded up the best sneakers worn this past week in the NBA and take a look at the photos below.

Looks like it’s all good between Nike and Kyrie Irving as he’s been rocking his signature Nike Kyrie Infinity as of late and broke out an Oregon PE colorway against the Timberwolves

In honor of Kobe Bryant and his tragic passing two years ago, Zach Lavine broke out the Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro “81 Points” in a win at home against the Toronto Raptors

Carmelo Anthony and his Air Jordan 36 PEs have been one of if not the best of all the Jordan Brand athletes and we saw a Moscato-inspired pair on his feet against the Sixers on Thursday night.

Anthony Davis has been playing well since his return from a knee injury and broke out a new PE colorway of the Nike Zoom Kobe 6 Protro

Ja Morant has the league on notice this year with how the Grizzlies are playing and has been named a starter in this year’s NBA All-Star Game. He’s been wearing a lot of Nike KD 4s this year and against the Spurs he broke out the Nike KD 4 “Rogue Green/UNDFTD”

LaMelo Ball broke out his signature PUMA MB.01 x Rick and Morty collab against the Pacers

Dejounte Murray’s star continues to rise in San Antonio and broke out a new New Balance basketball sneaker that is still unknown.

Tyrese Haliburton broke out the Nike Kobe 8 “What The Kobe” against the Milwaukee Bucks

Trae Young in his signature adidas Trae Young 1 and Davion Mitchell in the Nike Zoom Kobe 5 Protro PE.

PJ Tucker broke out the Nike Zoom Kobe 3 “All-Star” from 2008 against the New York Knicks

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