The 3rd best player in the NBA has gone to a lo-top shoe for his every-game foot bag. An avid soccer fan, #24 suggested that if soccer players could wear lows on the pitch, then it could be worn on the court. Also, the shoe is made with some foam technology that was developed along side NASA, weighing in at 11.5 oz.
One of the most interesting bits of info in the article by ESPN was this, “basketball shoes, once a $5 billion-a-year industry, have shrunk to about $2.5 billion a year. In August, Powell said, skateboarding shoes outsold basketball shoes.”
But don’t forget this little fact, The Candyman is back.