Tobias Harris is Keeping the Kobe Line Alive in Staples Center

Tobias Harris is rocking some of Kobe’s most recognized and admired signature models and colorways. The 26-year-old forward is keeping Kobe’s line alive in Staples Center as a member of the Los Angeles Clippers.

The Tennessee Vol and the rest of the Clippers team are making an impact in the Western Conference and are looking fresh while doing it. Take a look at some of the shoes Harris has rocked so far this season below as another installment of our Kicks On Court Spotlight.

Nike Kobe V “Team Bank”

Tobias Harris in the Nike Kobe V “Team Bank” (Adam Pantozzi/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ The Kobe 5 Team Bank colorways were made for college and high school teams with this pair lacing players on the Duke basketball team
+ Harris continues to rock the Kobe line both inside and outside of Staples Center

Nike Kobe X “Girls EYBL”

Tobias Harris in the Nike Kobe X “Girls EYBL” (Adam Pantozzi/NBAE via Getty Images)

+ The Nike Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL) showcases the best and brightest up and coming hoopers
+ The super limited colorway was issued to the ladies from Texas United

Nike Kobe X Elite “USA”

Tobias Harris in the Nike Kobe 10 Elite “USA”

+ The Nike Kobe 10’s upper is constructed through Flyknit technology as basketball shoes ventured off to new heights
+ Harris recorded 20 points and 11 boards in the Clippers’ overtime win over the Bucks

Nike Zoom Kobe VI “3D”

Tobias Harris in the Nike Zoom Kobe 6 “3D”

+ The Nike Kobe 6 is a fan favorite due to its technological advances such as Flywire and Zoom Air with a clean low-cut finish
+ The colorway commemorates the moment the Mamba imprinted his hands and shoes at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre

Nike Kobe 11 Elite Low “All-Star”

Tobias Harris in the Kobe 11 Elite Low “All-Star” (Sam Forencich/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
+ Harris recorded 15 points and 11 boards in a 116-105 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers

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