Ranking the five best shoes worn in the NBA on November 10

There was not NBA action on Tuesday evening, so that fans are encouraged to vote in the midterm elections. However, the league came back strong with a slate of spectacular games on Wednesday night.

As the players clashed, the sneaker makers were vying for valuable TV time. Adidas, New balance, Nikeand Jordan Brand all had strong performances, thanks to their iconic athletes. Below are our top five shoes worn in the NBA on November 10, 2022.

New Balance TWO WXY v3

View of the New Balance TWO WXY v3.

Player: Darius Bazley

Shoe: New Balance TWO WXY v3. Fans can read our full breakdown of the shoe here.

How to buy: The New Balance TWO WXY v3 is available on the NewBalance website for $120.

Adidas Super Dame 8

Red, black and yellow Adidas Dame shoes.

View of the Adidas Dame 8 ‘Super Dame.’

Player: Goran Dragic

Shoe: Adidas Super Dame 8. Fans can learn more about the Pixar-inspired shoe here.

How to buy: The Adidas Dame 8 ‘Super Dame’ is available on the The adidas website for $140.

Nike PG 6

View of the pink and blue Nike PG shoes.

View of the Nike PG 6.

Player: KJ Martin

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Shoe: Nike PG 6 “Painted Comma”. Fans can learn more about the shoe by reading our coverage here.

How to buy: The Nike PG 6 ‘Painted Swoosh’ is sold out on Nike’s website. Fans can expect to pay around $155 on sneaker resale websites.

Nike Kobe 6 Protro

View of the black and white Nike Kobe shoes.

View of the Nike Kobe 6 Protro.

Player: Wesley Matthews

Shoe: Nike Kobe 6 Protro ‘Mambacita – Sweet 16’.

How to buy: The Nike Kobe 6 Protro ‘Mambacita – Sweet 16’ sold out shortly after its May 2022 release. Fans can expect to pay around $1,110 on sneaker resale sites.

Jordan Lucas 1

View of the blue Jordan Luka shoes.

View of the Jordan Luka 1.

Player: Luka Doncic

Shoe: Jordan Luka 1. Fans can learn more about the shoe by reading our coverage here.

How to buy: The Jordan Luka 1 is available on the Jordan brand website for $110 in adult sizes.


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