1. adidas TS Commander LT, $100, adidas.com Along with Spurs F/C Tim Duncan and Celtics power forward Kevin Garnett, the Orlando Magic's "Superman" center Dwight Howard will crush the court in the TS Commander LTs, which he sported during the 2009 NBA Playoffs. Designed for post players, the kick is built with adiPrene, a material that cushions the heel and helps absorb shock.
2. Reebok Still Talkin' Krazy, $85, reebok.com Your words speak as loud as your actions in the Still Talkin' Krazy. You can write and erase on the shoe's upper. The shoes are constructed with SmoothFit technology to hide seams and minimize irritation.
3. Melo M6, $120, jumpman23.com Performance meets style with the elegant Jordan Melo M6, the sixth edition of Carmelo's signature line. The M6 is Melo's lightest shoe yet, thanks in part to an innovative concept known as monocoque design, a technique borrowed from high-performance automobiles to construct the body of the shoe as a single unit. The result: the most lightweight and responsive Melo shoe on the street.
4. Converse EB2, $65, jcp.com Donning the EB2 is none other than the man himself, Philly 76ers F/C Elton Brand. The NBA veteran's second signature shoe is designed for quick, versatile players. And to support their agility, the kick is constructed with durable leather. Along with speed lacing, you get additional lockdown with the spat strap.
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