Where will Paul George end up playing next season? He informed the Indiana Pacers that he didn’t plan to sign an extension with the team and would like to go to the Los Angeles Lakers, but other teams like the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers hope to send some assets the Pacers way in order to secure the All-Star for a one-year rental and go from there. Signature shoes have always been rooted in a given player’s team affiliation and now even the Nike PG 1 doesn’t have any idea where PG13 could end up, as the latest colorway opts for a generic and refined White/Black-Ice Blue colorway perfect for literally any of the NBA’s 30 teams. There’s a Nike PG 1 “Chrome” on plenty of store’s release slates set for July 1st, 2017 and while this pair doesn’t have any outwardly Chrome features, there is a reflective silver 3M stripe on the heel tab, so we could be getting this pair sooner than expected. Check out more detailed shots below and let us know where you’d like to see Paul George end up.
Virgil Abloh has been busy customizing his Air Jordan 1 design for his close friends and family, but his latest special order is without question the most significant one he’s producing. These new photos feature the designer marking up his AJ1 for the one and only Michael Jordan, with “23” and “45” added to the heel and a special message of thanks placed on the box.Unfortunately, a release date for the highly-anticipated OFF WHITE x Air Jordan 1 or any of the other Nike collaborations he’s worked on has yet to be revealed, but there’s no question that the hype continues to mount. Stay tuned for updates.