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Ranking the five best shoes in the Lakers & Clippers game

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The stars always shine the brightest in Hollywood – especially during NBA Games. Last night the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers both hosted games. Unfortunately, both teams suffered defeats in front of their fans.

As the players battled it out on the court, so did the sneaker makers. Nike and Jordan Brand dominated the competition in last night’s game. Below are the top five shoes worn on the court.

Nike PG 6

View of the Nike PG 6.

Player: Reggie Jackson

Shoe: Nike PG 6 ‘Painted Swoosh’

How to buy: The Nike PG 6 ‘Painted Swoosh’ colorway sold out quickly. The shoes now have an average resale price of $165, according to StockX. However, fans can choose between several other colorways from the mode on Nike. website for $110.

Air Jordan 37

White Air Jordan 37 shoes.

View of the Air Jordan 37 “Hare”.

Player: Nicholas Batum

Shoe: Air Jordan 37 “Hare”

How to buy: Fans can easily shop a pair of Air Jordan 37 ‘Hare’ at Jordan Brand’s website for $185 in adult sizes.

Nike Kobe 5 Protro

White and black Nike Kobe 5 shoes.

View of the Nike Kobe 5 Protro ‘Bruce Lee Alternate.’

Player: Robert Covington

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Shoe: Nike Kobe 5 Protro ‘Bruce Lee Alternate’

How to buy: Buying shoes from Kobe Bryant‘s signature Nike line isn’t easy. However, fans can buy the shoes on sneaker resale sites like eBay, StockX and GOAT.

Nike LeBron 20

Nike LeBron 20 gray shoes.

View of the Nike LeBron 20 ‘The Debut’.

Player: james lebron

Shoe: Nike LeBron 20 ‘The Beginnings’

How to buy: The Nike LeBron 20 can be purchased at Nike website for $200. However, this colorway has yet to be released to the public.

Nike Kobe 4

Purple Nike Kobe 4 shoes.

View of the Nike Kobe 4 Prelude.

Player: Troy Brown Jr.

Shoe: Nike Kobe 4 ‘Prelude’

How to buy: The Nike Kobe 4 “Prelude” was released in 2013 for $200. They now have an average resale price of $1,588, according to StockX.


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