The slickest sneakers on NBA courts
A spot of genius - Spotted on the court? The then-Phoenix Suns' player Kelly Oubre Jr.
Neon nugget - The then-Denver Nuggets' player Torrey Craig is snapped in neon-colored LeBron James Nike shoes.
Leaving your heart on the court - The Brooklyn Nets' Kyrie Irving is all heart(s) on the court.
Lovely lavender - We're loving the lavender base and red, yellow, and blue details on Tobias Harris' (Philadelphia 76ers) shoes.
A dedication - Royce O'Neale (back then on the Utah Jazz) showing some love to two special women in his life: his mother, Deborah, and his niece, Ciani.
Real old school - DeAndre Jordan doesn't get points for creativity, but we have a feeling those weren't the points he was looking for anyway!
Electric - There's something electrifying about Derrick Walton Jr's (then of the Los Angeles Clippers) sneaks.
Air Jordans for the win - We'll never tire of seeing Air Jordans on the court, although admittedly Jeff Green's (then on the Utah Jazz) are so dark that it's hard to notice the details.
A touch of pink - A man who's not afraid to wear pink—we're loving Terry Rozier's (Charlotte Hornets) kicks.
Points and paint - Jonathan Isaac of the Orlando Magic has some artistic sneaks. That is supposed to look like running paint, right?
Paying his respects - In classic New York Knicks colors, Wayne Ellington's kicks paid homage to actor John "Pops" Witherspoon, who had recently passed away.
Pokémon on the brain - DeAndre' Bembry (then of the Atlanta Hawks) has some real Pikachu vibes going on with these sneakers.
Low-key looks - Simple, comfortable, and featuring a hint of gold—Donovan Mitchell (then of the Phoenix Suns) couldn't have made a better choice.
Miami allegiance - Tyler Herro plays for the Miami Heat, but his sneaks have more to do with the colors of the NFL's Miami Dolphins.