Ranking the Best NBA Draft Classes from a Sneaker Perspective

3. 2003

Key Players: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony

Will LeBron’s legacy on court and on feet surpass that of Michael Jordan? It’s a tall order, but he’s already all but claimed the #2 spot in both categories. With 11 signature shoes under his belt, King James has a deep footwear resume with Nike, and the basketball accolades to back it. Teammate Dwyane Wade has remained relevant on the hardwood and on the shelves over the years, winning rings and getting All-Stars nods in signatures from Converse, Jordan Brand and Li-Ning. Carmelo Anthony serves as the longest active signature hooper from Jordan Brand, boasting a ten-silo series and loads of PE heat.

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