LeBron James has a shoe. James Harden has a shoe. Stephen Curry has a shoe. Heck, even Natthew Delevadova has a shoe.
In Nike's Q2 earnings call, Nike CEO Mark Parker offered up the next wave of Nike products, which included some signature shoes for some of our faves.
"In the next several weeks alone, we'll deliver the next version of the industry's biggest signature shoe with the Kyrie 4," said Parker. "We'll build on the incredible first year of Paul George's signature shoe with the PG2. We'll introduce an all-new Flyknit construction with Kobe's next performance design. And Jordan Brand will launch its first signature shoe with reigning MVP Russell Westbrook. We're also thrilled to expand our relationship with Giannis Antetokounmpo as we bring his unique personality to life through new signature product and storytelling next year."
The most appropriate answer to all of this? About time!
But seriously, congratulations to the two superstars. No doubt, their hard work and elevated talent level on the basketball court have more than earned such an awesome honor. And if their shoes are even half as good as their game, we're all going to be in for a pretty sweet prize.