As athlete played the game, the in-built strips in shoes changed their colours to the 3 signature Adidas strips. These temperature-sensitive strips proved worthless as they got heated up way before the game commenced.
Not exactly serving the purpose for which they were made, Answer 9 were exceedingly bulky, weighing 12.9 ounces. These too missed the target as the orginial Stormtroopers.
This showcase model resulted at being as unlucky as the digit on its name, the colour might remind one of their uncle's '89 Cadillac Brougham.
Having the slogan "the energy drink for your feet" , these sneakers too couldn't put up a good performance after an aggressive start and turned irrelevant.
A polar opposite to subtlety, Carmelo Anthony's shoe is highlighted by a weirdly placed 'M' at the soles. The M9 is so ugly, it couldn't be skipped here.
This sneaker had a design so uninspiring, its Endorser, Kevin Garnett' signature series came to an end, all led by the almost-invisible signature on them.
Much inspired by the NBA, Warner Bros too entred the sneakers-game.Despite Glen Rice and Bryant Reeves being their signees, the shoes couldn't enjoy much favouritism.
As grotesque as it looks, the Preacher Ice was the "Kazaam" of NBA sneakers- they made Shaquille O Neal's big feet, ridiculously look like those of a toddler.
These snakers have an unremarkable resemblance to Work-in-progress race cars - eager to be picked by rich parties to compensate for their ugly apperances.
A living nightmare, these shoes have their reviews being way more scarier than some horror movies! Contrary to the promise made, these were a slippery havoc with slightest dust.