Every Sneaker Worn During the 2020 All-Star Game

Playoff intensity was added to the 2020 All-Star Game, with the competitive nature being sparked by Kobe Bryant’s untimely death.

Anthony Davis hit the game-winning free throws for Team LeBron, but the Kobe Bryant MVP trophy went to Kawhi Leonard. The Los Angeles Clippers forward scored 25 points in the first half, with a game-high 30 points for the game.

Leonard also debuted his signature shoe in this game, rocking the New Balance The KAWHI set to drop in Fall 2020.

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Team captain LeBron James decided to rock multiple sneakers for each half of the All-Star Game. He first laced up the Nike LeBron 17 “MonStars” in purple.

You can find this colorway at StockX.

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The King later laced up an alternate “MonStars” LeBron 17 in green, based on the Swackhammer character.

This colorway is currently unavailable, but you can find the Nike LeBron 17 at Dicks Sporting Goods.

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Lakers teammate Anthony Davis had the Mamba Mentality this game, wearing a purple PE Nike Kobe 5 Protro.

This colorway is currently unavailable, but you can find the Nike Kobe 5 Protro at StockX.

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Fellow Kobe Bryant mentee Luka Doncic hooped in his first All-Star game rocking the Air Jordan 34 with cement print.

This PE isn’t available, but you can purchase the Air Jordan 34 at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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Rounding out the starting 5 for Team LeBron is James Harden. The Beard rocked the Daniel Patrick collab colorway of his signature adidas Harden Vol. 4.

This colorway isn’t available at this time, but you can find the adidas Harden Vol. 4 at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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Harden’s teammate Russell Westbrook had a quiet night but his kicks were loud. The Brody wore the Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 “LA Born” tonight.

You can find this colorway at StockX.

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Tied for second leading scorer of Team LeBron was fellow Banana Boat member Chris Paul. CP3 laced up a red colorway of the Jordan CP3.XII.

You can find the CP3.XII at StockX.

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Fellow point Damian Lillard didn’t play due to a groin injury. In his place was first time All-Star Devin Booker. The Phoenix Suns guard laced up a Suns PE of the Nike Kobe 4 Protro.

This colorway isn’t available, but you can find the Nike Kobe 4 Protro at StockX.

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Another first time All-Star on Team LeBron was Jayson Tatum, who rocked the Air Jordan 34 SE with his logo on the tongue.

You can find this colorway at StockX.

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The last first-timer on Team LeBron was Domantas Sabonis, who rocked the Nike Kobe 5 Protro “Chaos”.

You can find this colorway at StockX.

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2-time All-Star Ben Simmons had an understated showing on the footwear, rocking the Nike Zoom Rize.

You can find this at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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The last member of Team LeBron is Nikola Jokic, who also rocked a black-based Nike Zoom Rize.

You can find this black and white colorway at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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Moving on to Team Giannis. The captain rocked the “Multicolor” Nike Zoom Freak 1 for the All-Star Game.

You can find this colorway at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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Khris Middleton supported his Bucks teammate as well, rocking the Nike Zoom Freak 1 “Bred”.

This colorway isn’t available but you can find other colors at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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Fellow Nike Basketball endorser Pascal Siakam didn’t rock the Freak 1s, but did hoop in the Nike KD 12 “Don C” blue sneaker.

You can find this coloway at StockX.

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Spicy P’s We The North teammate Kyle Lowry comparatively went old school with the adidas Pro Model 2G in the gold 6ix for the Six colorway.

You can find this colorway without the 6 branding at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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The true adidas sneaker moment in the 2020 All-Star Game though was for Brandon Ingram. The Pelicans forward not only rocked the new adidas Yeezy BSKTBL, but also had them signed by Kanye West himself.

You can find this colorway at StockX.

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Another 1st year All-Star in 2020 was Trae Young. The Hawks guard, slipped on a custom adidas N3XT L3V3L 2, which is the only laceless basketball sneaker on the market.

This style is currently unavailable.

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The other starting guard for Team Giannis is Kemba Walker, who laced up the Air Jordan 10 “Wings”.

You can find this colorway at StockX.

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Rounding out the last of the starters is Joel Embiid, who was ballin’ in a gold Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low 2019.

This colorway isn’t available, but you can find the model at StockX.

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Fellow center Rudy Gobert finally became an All-Star in 2020, wearing a black Nike Zoom Rize.

You can find this black and white colorway at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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The Utah Jazz also were represented by Donovan Mitchell. His footwear of choice was his signature adidas D.O.N. Issue #1 in red and black.

This colorway isn’t currently available, but you can find other D.O.N. Issue #1s at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

Image via Slam Kicks (Twitter)

Another duo on Team Giannis came from the Miami Heat. Jimmy Butler recently became a sneaker free agent and chose to wear the Nike PG 4 “Gatorade ASW”.

You can find this colorway at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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And finally, Bam Adebayo paid tribute to the late Kobe Bryant with this custom painted colorway of the Nike Kobe AD 2017.

You can find other colors available at StockX.

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