Following the successful run of his first model, Paul George finally debuted the Nike PG2 on-court in yesterday's marquee matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

George led off with a Playstation collaboration that pays homage to his personal affinity for all-things-gaming. The PG1 is one of the most worn models around the league, with a long list of players using NIKEiD for custom make-ups. It'll be interesting to see if the strapless successor receives a similar amount of fanfare.

On Monday, the NBA observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which prompted brands like Nike to lace athletes in celebratory footwear. Each of Nike's signature athletes took the floor in "BHM" sneakers, while P.J. Tucker brought back an old favorite from the Black Mamba archive.

Find out which players stood out among the rest in this week's NBA #SoleWatch Power Rankings.