The Top 10 Kicks On Court From This Week

As 2019 is finally here, NBA All-Star voting is underway while the race for Kicks On Court Champion is on a hot streak.

In our first 2019 installment of the weekly top 10 recap, we take a look at what the league’s most dedicated sneakerheads had to offer recently.

PJ Tucker did his thing per usual. Westbrook debuted his second signature shoe. We even saw some vintage Nikes. Take a look at the shoes below and be sure to comment your favorites on IG.

10. Nike Air Zoom Flight “The Glove”

Jeff Teague in the Nike Air Zoom Flight “The Glove” (Jordan Johnson/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ The silhouette tips its hat to one of the best defenders in the 90s as Nike graced Seattle’s Gary Payton with his own shoe after his nickname — The Glove
+ Teague is a huge fan of rocking older silhouettes that definitely bring back some nostalgia — you can read more about his rotation here

9. Nike Kobe 11 “All-Star”

Josh Hart in the Nike Kobe 11 “All-Star” (Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ The colorway is an homage to the famous Northern Lights and released alongside other All-Star signatures such as the LeBron 13, KD 8 and the Kyrie 2
+ With LeBron and Kuzma out for the Lakers, Hart has picked up the role in bringing the heat to Staples Center

8. Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 “Future History”

Russell Westbrook in the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 “Future History” (Harry How/Getty Images)

+ The Brodie debuted his second signature shoe and notched another triple-double with 14 points, 10 assists and 16 rebounds in a 107-100 win over the Lakers at Staples Center
+ You can read more about the shoe, its tech and the story behind the design here

7. Nike LeBron 8 “China”

Lauri Markkanen in the Nike LeBron 8 “China” (Stephen Gosling/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ The Nike LeBron 8 was a pivotal moment in which LeBron’s signature line made its impact off of the court due to its slick design, unparalleled comfort and attention to detail (shoutout to Jason Petrie)
+ The “China” colorway was one of the most desired LeBron 8s to ever come out as the pair donned a special Chinese lion on its tongue and medallion on the heel

6. Nike Zoom Kobe 4 “Gold Medal”

Tobias Harris in the Nike Zoom Kobe 4 “Gold Medal” (Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ Harris dropped 16 points and grabbed 7 boards in a loss against the San Antonio Spurs
+ Tobias Harris has heavily rotated some of Kobe’s most memorable signature models and colorways which you can read more about here

5. Nike Kobe 1 Protro “Devin Booker” PE

Kelly Oubre Jr. in the Nike Kobe Protro 1 “Devin Booker” PE (Michael Gonzales/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ Sneaker-free-agent Oubre Jr. donned an exclusive pair of Protros in honor of his new Phoenix Suns teammate Devin Booker
+ The patent leather Protro donned in all purple with a touch of orange accents celebrates Booker’s very own Mamba Mentality as a proven shooter and baller

4. Nike LeBron 10 “Floridians”

Cristiano Felicio in the Nike LeBron 10 “Floridians” (via Kamil Krzaczynski for Sole Collector)

+ Nike designed the LeBron X based off diamonds as it resembles LeBron’s legacy of a masterpiece after time, heat and pressure
+ The “Floridians” away colorway was paired with a fire Miami Heat throwback jersey back in the 2012-2013 season

3. CLOT x Air Jordan 13 Low “Black Infrared”

PJ Tucker in the CLOT x Air Jordan 13 Low “Black Infrared” (Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ Tucker continues to bring the heat as he laces up in the second colorway from the CLOT x AJ13 Low collabs
+ Tucker and the Houston Rockets secured a big time win against the Golden State Warriors in a 135–134 OT win

2. Nike LeBron 8 V2 “Christmas”

PJ Tucker in the Nike LeBron 8 V2 “Christmas” — with a lace swap (photo by Layne Murdoch Jr./NBAE via Getty Images)

+ Tucker continues the holiday festivities in the “Christmas” colorway of the LeBron 8 V2
+ The reigning KOC Champ walked into the arena with an exclusive Nike Kobe 1 Protro in-hand which you can look at (along with all of his other shoes from this season thus far) here

1. Nike KD IV “Weatherman”

PJ Tucker in the Nike KD IV “Weatherman” (photo by Bill Baptist/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ The KD IV might be Durant’s most recognizable signature sneaker given his accolades and accomplishments while rocking the pair
+ The colorway, which was inspired by KD’s admiration for meteorology, retailed for $95 back in 2011 when it released

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