Sneaker aficionados across the world use the term “heat” to define sneakers that are either rare, a hot commodity, or flat-out stylish. That being said, one may find a lot of “heat” in the NBA with a barrage of signature sneakers and player exclusives. So, who wears the most “heat” in the NBA?
The Big 3 down in Miami took home last year’s NBA Championship so it’s only fitting that their sneaker showcase took the crown as well. When you pair a king and his loyal court only good things can come of it, and
LeBron James and company lived up to their name—nothing but “Heat”.
Chris Bosh pretty much wore Nikes including the Nike Hyperdunk 2012. Dwyane Wade, who was previously sponsored by Jordan Brand, did his best Jordan impression, but it was King James who was is in a league of his own. In many ways, the Nike LeBron signature line is rapidly becoming as ubiquitous as Air Jordans. Nike’s LeBron X+ exceeds expectations. With the addition of Ray Allen, the king of 3 pointers and they may take the crown again.