In its mission to deliver the most wearable LeBron James signature sneaker to date, Nike is readying a LeBron 15 for your regular rotation this winter.
According to ESPN writer Brian Windhorst, Kyrie Irving asked Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert to trade him during a meeting that took place last week:
With 3:09 left on the clock in game three of the NBA Finals Wednesday night, Cavs sharpshooter JR Smith knocked down a three to put his team up 113 to 107. It was the last bucket the Cavs would score.
The 2017 NBA Finals kick off Thursday, June 1.
LeBron James is now the NBA’s all-time scoring playoff leader.
If you missed out on the auto-lacing Nike Mag last year, there’s still a chance to add some Marty McFly flavor to your sneaker rotation.
The Nike LeBron Soldier 10 run has been historic in so many ways, but it’s time to move forward.