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How LeBron and Kevin Durant Helped Nike Create The New Official NBA Socks

Nike has now unveiled much of the attire they'll be rolling out this season as the NBA's new exclusive on-court uniform and apparel provider. While...

By: Brandon Hall

Reebok Offered LeBron James $10 Million to Not Meet With Nike or adidas When He Was 18 Years Old

As the most hyped NBA prospect ever to come out of high school, LeBron James had been hounded by shoe companies since he started playing AAU ball. Exe...

By: Jordan Zirm

Nike Unveils the KOBE A.D. NXT

Kobe Bryant might be living the retirement life and doing things like debuting children's shows during NBA Countdown, but the work on his signature sn...

By: Jordan Zirm

Air Jordan Laces Up Five College Hoops Teams With Custom AJ XXXI Lows for the Postseason

The month of March is officially here, and that means anything not having to do with the NCAA Tournament and March Madness become irrelevant. When the...

By: Jordan Zirm

James Harden Pays Homage to His Alma Mater With the adidas Harden Vol. 1 'Fear the Fork'

James Harden's first official signature shoe, which came on the heels of his mammoth deal with adidas in 2015, has been one of the most popular models...

By: Jordan Zirm

Latest Videos in Basketball Sneakers

3-Point Shooting Drills with Maya Moore

2014 WNBA MVP Maya Moore shows you the 3-point shooting drills that make her more accurate and better conditioned.

Look Back: Collin Sexton Interview Nike EYBL Hampton

Alabama point guard Collin Sexton reflects on his Nike EYBL experience and talks about his goals for the future.

How Majok Deng Escaped Sudan to Become a Top Basketball Prospect in the U.S.

The South Sudan native escaped the worn-torn country and has become one of the top basketball prospects in the United States.

How D'Angelo Russell Got Addicted to Hard Work

NBA point guard D'Angelo Russell reveals why he finds hard work addicting.

Michael Porter Jr. Has Been Training For Position-Less Basketball His Entire Life

Michael Porter Jr. is a 6-foot-10 athletic freak who can play any position on the floor. The top 2018 NBA Draft prospect explains how he developed such a versatile game.