words // Luis Sanchez
Trying their best to provide us with some world class basketball without the NBA stage, Kevin Durant recently put together an All-Star charity basketball game for the fans in OKC. Taking place in Oklahoma City, Durant invited over 10 of his closest NBA friends to put on a show for the fans during this unfortunate NBA Lockout. Taking advantage of the opportunity, we once again saw several Nike Basketball sneakers for the first time during the OKC All-Star Classic.
Fittingly enough, the host of the star-studded game Kevin Durant was rocking easily the most noticeable Nike Basketball shoes on the court, introducing the “Nerf” Zoom KD IV to the world. Other interesting sneakers spotted on-court included LeBron James officially debuting the “Ohio State” LeBron 9, Chris Paul in a brand new colorway of the CP3.V by Jordan and several other Nike Basketball models like the Hyperdunk 2011 and the Zoom Hyperfuse Low.
Enjoy a look at all the action below, as part of Eastbay’s latest Sneaker Watch.
Photos courtesy of ESPN.
Chris Paul in a brand new color way of the CP3.V by Jordan.
Jamal Crawford continued to rock the Nike Zoom Hyperdunk 2011, while Michael Beasley surprised everyone and broke out the Zoom LeBron IV.
James Harden caught everyones eye with the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse Low.
Carmelo Anthony broke out the “Blackout” Jordan Melo M8.
Jonny Flynn also hit the court in the Nike Zoom Hyperdunk 2011.
Kevin Durant in the “Nerf” Zoom KD IV Nike Basketball shoes.
LaMarcus Aldridge rocked his usual Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2011.
A look at LeBron James in the “Ohio State” Nike LeBron 9.
Michael Beasley in the Zoom LeBron IV Nike Basketball shoes.
Russell Westbrook in the recently released OKC Road colorway of the Zoom Hyperfuse 2011.
One last look at LeBron in the “Ohio State” Nike LeBron 9.