Lebrons Best Shoes in 2021
Nike Men's Lebron Witness III Basketball Shoe Black/University Red Size 11.5 M US
- Ohio state details appear on heel tab and outsole pattern.
- Collar with Achilles tendon support enhances comfort.
- “LLTK” is imprinted onto midsole.
- TPU eyelets and Swoosh Foam midsole Rubber outsole.
Nike Lebron Soldier XIII SFG TB Basketball Shoes, CN9809-002 (11 M US) Black/White
- High-top silhouette with extended tongue for support and classic style.
- Dual straps with Velcro and pull-tab tightening for secure lockdown.
- Mesh upper breathes, flexes, and lets you trust your feet to stay centered.
- Zoom Air and foam sole create major lift while cushioning every step.
- Durable rubber outsole with herringbone tread pattern provides grip on multiple surfaces.
Nike Mens Lebron Soldier XII SFG Basketball Shoes (11.5 D(M) US)
- Engineered upper delivers targeted breathability and support.
- Dynamic straps crisscross the midfoot and ankle to lock you in.
- Zoom Air units provide impact cushioning with each step
Nike Men's Lebron Witness III PRM Basketball Shoe (10.5 M US, White/Black/Half Blue)
- Knit upper delivers strategic combination of strength, stretch and loft.
- Full-length encapsulated Air-Sole unit provides impact cushioning.
- Signature details honor LeBron's hometown.
Nike Lebron XVII
- KnitPosite upper is a combination of Flyknit and pre-twisted, heat-molded yarn to create a soil pattern
- Upper offers a durable, secure fit with a unique look
- Largest Max Air unit to date offers even better shock absorption than before
- Visible Zoom Air for quick-paced on-court cuts and sprints
- Wide collar for easy on and off
Nike Lebron XVI Low (Draft) White/Metallic Gold
Nike Mens Lebron XII Low Court Purple/Bright Crimson Synthetic Size 9.5
- Brand New
- 100% Authentic
- Original Packaging
Nike Men's Lebron 16 Low Basketball Shoes (10.5, Hyper Jade/Total Orange/Electric Green)
- Style#: CI2668-301
- Combined Max Air + Zoom Air cushioning helps absorb impact and rebound with energy.
- Articulation helps your foot flex on the court or off.
- Heel pull tab for easy entry.
- Stretch collar expands for easy entry.
Nike Air Precision 2 Mens Basketball Shoes (10, Blk MTLC Gold Wht)
- Forefoot mesh enhances breathability.
- Midfoot webbing system helps lock you in.
- Mid-top design balances containment and agility.
- Nike Air unit in the heel helps cushion hard landings.
- Modified herringbone tread pattern provides durable, multi-surface traction.
Nike Men's Lebron 17 Basketball Shoes (11, Black/White/Eggplant/Amarillo)
- Style#: BQ3177-004
- Designed specifically for Lebron, Nike Basketball's largest heel Max Air unit to date absorbs more force than previous designs. Visible, maximum-volume Zoom Air units under the ball of the foot provide quick, continuous responsiveness to generate fast-paced action.
- Wide collar with traditional tongue makes putting on and taking off easy while providing a comfortable, locked-in feel.
- Soft foam pod directly under the Max Air unit adds cushioning in the heel.
- Stabilizing plastic clip wraps around heel to lock you in.
NBA Second Half
LeBron James was seen helping an old lady across the street. People booed him for not helping her all the way to her house.
The Miami Heat win the NBA finals!
That should be all I need to write, for my second half of the NBA season- in review. It makes me think, what is there really to even talk about sense we all know as NBA fans who will win the NBA finals this year. I guess you can say that KD and the OK-City Thunder have the best chance to beat the Heat. But, I don't, and I know for a fact that if that is the NBA finals matchup, the series won't extend more than 5 games. There is no way this Heat team loses this year. No Way! Right? Common, help me out if I am wrong.
The biggest thing that bothers me this year, other than Steve Nash still in a Phoenix Suns uniform, is Dwight Howard still in an Orlando Magic uniform. I don't see a reason why Orlando would even keep this guy anymore. After going through an awkward first half of a season such as this last half of this season, just trade him, now! Trade for Brook Lopez. Trade for Andrew Bynum. Just trade Howard for any other center out there that can give you 15-12 a game, and would be happy in being 23-11 this season, as they are right now. He is a freaking NBA center that will never do anything more than rebound and dunk the ball. Howard is not a good shooter, not a good passer, not a good free-throw shooter, and is a follower. He is a follower like Carmello Anthony and LeBron James, who is looking to go to another team that wouldn't win a title in any season ahead within the next five or six years, including: New Jersey, L.A., Golden State (I like Golden State, a lot, just don't get rid of Ellis.), and Boston. If Howard would like to win a title, soon, then stay put, because the pieces will come. Like Ellis or even Steve Nash.
The team that really chaps my hide would be the Portland Trailblazers. Now, I understand the Minnesota Timberwolves performing at a below .500 record, but the Trailblazers? No way. They should be at least a 5th seed this season. That team is stacked, more than the Clippers, and even Houston. I thought that Crawford could handle being the point guard, and able to keep this team in pace with the west. I thought wrong. Please, Portland, just give up some money and some one for Nash, so you can last until the second round this year in the playoffs.
A Sit Down Interview: With Ricky Martin
I visited with Ricky… shortly. After being asked to leave the premises of his Seattle, Washington home, when he realized I wasn't the male-order bride from Mississippi that he was waiting for, he was angry and wished not to be interviewed. So that leaves me with no sit down interview for this NBA Season in Review III.