Before this year's NBA season, the NBA announced that it would lift restrictions on shoe color. The announcement opened the floodgates for more expressive and colorful on-court shoes. Alongside increased coverage of NBA style—some fans watch the entrance walk more than they watch, you know, the games themselves—NBA style thought leaders like P.J. Tucker, Russell Westbrook and Kyle Kuzma brought the heat, often in hand. These players have taken advantage of the rule to showcase their extensive, elite collections. Kuzma even partnered with the sneaker-reselling app GOAT to showcase an even more elite tier of sneakers, and we're only about a quarter of the way into the season.
But no one has raised the bar quite like Clippers center Montrezl Harrell, who has responded to the new rules with inspiring custom and from-the-archives shoe selections. I mean... Good Burger!