10 James Harden Best Shoes

Updated on: June 2021

James Harden Best Shoes in 2021


adidas Men's Harden B/E 3 Basketball Shoe, White/Black/Grey, 13 M US

adidas Men's Harden B/E 3 Basketball Shoe, White/Black/Grey, 13 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

adidas Men's Crazy X 4 Basketball Shoe, core Black/Silver Met./ Bright Blue, 11 Standard US Width US

adidas Men's Crazy X 4 Basketball Shoe, core Black/Silver Met./ Bright Blue, 11 Standard US Width US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Men's lightweight shoes built for James Harden's game
  • Regular fit
  • Textile upper with midfoot band for lockdown and stability
  • Rubber outsole with generative traction inspired by and tailored to James Harden's movements
  • Lightstrike is a super light cushioning with traction for explosive movement at fearless speed

adidas Harden Ls 2 Lace MVP Black/Gold/Raw Basketball Shoes 11

adidas Harden Ls 2 Lace MVP Black/Gold/Raw Basketball Shoes 11
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Array

adidas Harden Vol. 4 Shoes Men's, Black, Size 9

adidas Harden Vol. 4 Shoes Men's, Black, Size 9
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Imported
  • Regular fit
  • Super-light Lightstrike cushioning for explosive, dynamic speed

adidas Men's Harden Stepback Basketball Shoe, core Black/Grey Six/FTWR White, 13 M US

adidas Men's Harden Stepback Basketball Shoe, core Black/Grey Six/FTWR White, 13 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Regular fit
  • Ergonomic lacing system
  • Textile upper with synthetic toe cap
  • Light and breathable feel

adidas Harden Vol. 3 Shoe - Men's Basketball Core Black/Shock Yellow/Solar Red

adidas Harden Vol. 3 Shoe - Men's Basketball Core Black/Shock Yellow/Solar Red
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Elastic lace closure
  • Textile lining; Herringbone-pattern rubber outsole
  • Boost is our most responsive cushioning ever: The more energy you give, the more you get

adidas Men's TMAC Millennium Basketball Shoe, Black/Gold Metallic/Dark Grey Heather Solid Grey, 11 M US

adidas Men's TMAC Millennium Basketball Shoe, Black/Gold Metallic/Dark Grey Heather Solid Grey, 11 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • adidas genuine
  • Imported

adidas B/E 2 Shoe - Men's Basketball 11 Black/Dark Grey

adidas B/E 2 Shoe - Men's Basketball 11 Black/Dark Grey
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Array

adidas Harden Vol. 4 Shoe - Men's Basketball Scarlet/White/Solar Orange

adidas Harden Vol. 4 Shoe - Men's Basketball Scarlet/White/Solar Orange
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Ultra-lightweight cushioning
  • Harden-inspired traction
  • Textile upper with midfoot band for lockdown and stability
  • Super light Lightstrike cushioning for explosive, dynamic speed

adidas Harden Vol. 3 Shoes Men's, Black, Size 13

adidas Harden Vol. 3 Shoes Men's, Black, Size 13
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Elastic lace closure
  • Responsive Boost midsole
  • Regular fit

Oklahoma City Thunder: 5 NBA Draft Prospects the Thunder Should Consider

The Oklahoma City Thunder were rewarded a potential lottery draft pick after dealing James Harden. Even though the Thunder currently hold the NBA's second-best record, a lottery pick would help complete their roster. Who should they select?

The NBA season is over halfway through and the Oklahoma City Thunder currently hold the second-best record in the league. With the All-Star game just around the corner and the playoffs looming in the distance, the 2020 NBA draft seems like an eternity away. However, with (likely) two first round draft picks upcoming, I can guarantee Thunder GM Sam Presti would like even more time to evaluate potential prospects.

Though the Thunder are destined to have at least one pick near the end of the draft, the possibility of a lottery selection is still very much in play. After trading James Harden to the Houston Rockets, the Thunder acquired the Toronto Raptors' protected first-round draft pick, which is guaranteed through 2020. In 2020, however, the pick only falls to the Thunder if it's between four and 14. As things currently stand, the Raptors would be picking eighth and would thus give the pick to the Thunder.

Who would the Thunder even select if this happens? Normally, a lottery pick almost guarantees instant production, but with a team like the Thunder that is already competing at the highest level, Presti can warrant a little risk with his selection. Here are five prospects that should really get a second (or third, or fourth) look from the Thunder staff.

Anthony Bennett, SF/PF, UNLV

The idea that Bennett is actually around at pick No. 8 (if it stays around this area) is foolish. I don't see Bennett falling out of the top five or six, despite his shortcomings as an undersized (6'8") power forward at the next level. Along with Kansas' Ben McLemore, Bennett has been the most impressive freshman in the country.

Even though Bennett has seemingly hit his mid-freshman slump, he is still averaging 18.5 points per game to go along with 8.5 rebounds per game. If he's still on the board when the Thunder make its selection, this would be a purely "best player available" pick. Power forward is a position the Thunder has on lock with Ibaka, Nick Collison and even Kevin Durant sparingly. Still, Bennett's upside (and trade potential) have to be something Presti covets.

Alex Len, C, Maryland

Drafting Len makes the most sense, but like Bennett, the chances of him being around at pick No. 8 are rather slim. Though his upside may not be as high as Kentucky's Nerlens Noel, Len is, for now, the most complete center prospect in the draft.

Thunder fans have an odd relationship with current center Kendrick Perkins. While Perkins brings intensity and toughness to the team, his defense has been slipping and his offensive game is non-existent. Also, at 6'10", Perkins leaves a few inches to be desired when it comes to a starting center.

Len, on the other hand, stands at a healthy 7'1" and has a blossoming offensive repertoire. A low-post presence has been absent on the Thunder's roster for quite some time; Len could prove to be the answer.

C.J. McCollum, SG, Lehigh

Before McCollum suffered a broken foot in a matchup against VCU in early January, the likelihood of a potential lottery selection seemed inevitable for the high-scoring senior. Although rehab is reportedly going well, his draft stock is sure to take a hit. If any lottery team still has the means to take a risk on him, it has to be the Thunder.

Although the Thunder seem set at shooting guard with its best on-ball defender, Thabo Sefalosha, and sixth-man of the year candidate Kevin Martin, McCollum's scoring prowess would be quickly embraced off the Thunder's bench. Also, Martin is a free agent after this season, and if he elects to play elsewhere, a player like McCollum would be a necessity.

Don't let his 23.8 points per game average fool you, though, because he's more than just an offensive threat. McCollum uses his length and athleticism to effectively pester opposing guards to the tune of 1.4 steals per game.

Damian Lillard has recently proved that going to a small school doesn't mean you can't be effective at the next level. McCollum is going to be a steal for any team willing to take the risk.

Glenn Robinson III, SF, Michigan

Robinson III has been quietly having a great freshman season, which is odd considering the greatness of his team and, well, his name. There's no doubt that Robinson could be overshadowed by his father's successful NBA history, but he is starting to make a name for himself with his play on the court.

I wouldn't read much into the fact that Robinson is averaging just 11.6 points per game due to the level of talent that surrounds him on Michigan's roster. Instead, I would read into Robinson's 6'6"/6'7" frame and 210 pound build. He definitely looks the part of an NBA athlete, and his fluidity on the court only helps back up that assessment.

Robinson has been rising on draft boards recently, and if he chooses to declare for the draft, he has a solid chance of cracking the top 10. Robinson would settle in nicely behind Kevin Durant with the Thunder and provide solid bench production. His ceiling suggests that he's more than just a bench scorer, though, and in time he could slide into the starting lineup. That is, of course, if Kevin Durant proves to be able to play the power forward position effectively.

Trey Burke, PG, Michigan

Let's stay in Michigan for the fifth prospect-soon to be All-American point guard Trey Burke. In just his second season, Burke has improved in every facet of the game. The 6'0" guard is averaging 18.1 points per game, 7.2 assists per game and 3.1 rebounds per game, all while leading his Michigan squad to an impressive 21-3 record.

Burke isn't considered the best point guard prospect in 2020's draft (see: Marcus Smart). In fact, he isn't even considered the second best prospect (see: Michael Carter-Williams). However, he is the most complete, NBA ready prospect this draft has to offer. If he were a few inches taller, he would be a top five draft pick.

His height (or lack thereof) will hurt his draft stock just enough so that the Thunder will have the possibility of drafting him in any lottery position. Even though Russell Westbrook is definitely the go-to guy at point guard for the Thunder, Burke would serve as an immediate upgrade to Reggie Jackson an Eric Maynor in the backup role.

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