words // Brandon Richard
It's once again time to take a look at what adidas Basketball athletes have been wearing on the court over the last week.
Dwight Howard and the Los Angeles Lakers are making a strong push for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, so it's fitting that the All-Star center recently debuted a new Player Exclusive colorway of his D Howard Light signature shoe. The Lakers-themed colorway is white-based with purple on the stripes and midsole, while gold works the laces and pull-tab. Is this the best D Howard Light colorway to date?
With the NBA celebrating Green Week, several adidas Basketball athletes are lacing up green sneakers to show support. Denver's Kenneth Faried is playing in the "Green Zest" Crazy Fast, while Boston's Avery Bradley and Brooklyn's MarShon Brooks rocked the Forest adizero Crazy Light 2.
It appears that more players are switching to the Crazyquick, adidas' new performance model due out in early May. New wearers included Bradley, Brandon Knight, Wesley Johnson, Devin Harris, Jeff Teague and Ersan Ilyasova. Expect the Crazyquick to hit the court heavy during the playoffs.
Have a look at these kicks and more in today's adidas Basketball NBA Sneaker Watch.
Dwight Howard - adidas D Howard Light PE
Kenneth Faried - adidas Crazy Fast
Avery Bradley - adidas Crazyquick
John Wall - adidas Crazyquick PE
Iman Shumpert - adidas Top Ten 2000 "2WO 1NE"
Iman Shumpert - adidas Top Ten 2000 "Blackout"
Jimmy Butler - adidas Rose 773 Light
Derrick Rose - adidas Rose 3.5 'Away'
Brandon Knight - adidas Crazyquick
Rodney Stuckey - adidas Crazy Shadow
Wesley Johnson - adidas Crazyquick "Blackout"
Damian Lillard - adidas Rose 3.5 'Home'
Devin Harris - adidas Crazyquick
Deshawn Stevenson - adidas adizero Crazy Light 2 Low
Damien Wilkins - adidas Crazy Fast
Jeff Teague - adidas Crazyquick "Blackout"
Jrue Holiday - adidas Crazy Fast PE
Josh Smith - adidas Crazy Fast PE