For NBA franchises, prepping for the playoffs includes sitting superstars and acquiring free agent veterans to add some roster depth. For sneaker companies, the playoffs mark the opportunity to release a slew of kicks for NBA stars to rock on the court, as their way of making a “playoff push.”
adidas is often leading the charge or never too far behind when it comes to seizing prime opportunities as they arise, so it’s no surprise that they’re gunning full speed ahead with a new silhouette from their basketball sneaker line. Dubbed the “CrazyQuick“, it’s adidas’s basketball rendition of their namesake football counterpart.
While RGIII is their gridiron representative of the sneaker, Avery Bradley and Iman Shumpert are carrying the torch on the hardwood in the NBA Playoffs, sporting the de-cleated footwear.
Similar to its cousin, the adidas CrazyLight, the CrazyQuick is an ultra-lightweight shoe equipped with SPRINTFRAME technology for added stability and a plush and a padded collar for extra comfort around the ankle.
With Avery Bradley and Iman Shumpert going head-to-head this postseason wearing the same shoes, we’ll get a double dose of seeing the CrazyQuick in action. So, as you’re watching the Knicks-Celtics series, keep an eye out for the CrazyQuick‘s on court, and be sure to stay tuned to FinishLine.com to know when this shoe is due to land.