Bubble Kicks Vol. 3


Another Week Inside the NBA Bubble: Kicks Power Rankings 3.0

Intensity is reaching a fever pitch both on the hardwood, and on the feet in Orlando with round one action underway. The 76ers just got swept out of the playoffs, the Raptors and Heat are on the verge of doing the same to their opponents, and the Western Conference matchups look like they may go the distance.

Here are this week’s top kicks around the postseason so far.

No. #10 – Jamal Murray, Adidas Pro Model 2G “Glow Pink”

No. #9 – Kawhi Leonard, New Balance 4 Bounces

No. #8 – LeBron James, Nike LeBron 17 “Command Force” Player Exclusive

No. #7 – Joe Harris, Nike Kobe 5 Protro “Undefeated”

No. #6 – Tyler Johnson, Jordan 13 “Bred”

No. #5 – Damian Lillard, Dame 6

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No. #4 – Montrezl Harrell, Reebok Question Mid Custom

No. #3 – Jayson Tatum, Jordan 34 “Taco Time” PE

No. #2 – P.J. Tucker, Jordan 16 “OVO” PE

No. #1 – P.J. Tucker, Jordan 8 “OVO” PE

Surprise surprise, P.J. Tucker once again regains his spot(s) on the list with two OVO Jordan player exclusives. What heat do you think P.J. will bring out next week? Did we miss any sneakers you liked in the playoffs so far? Let us know in the comments!

Have a great week everyone!


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