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All-Star 2019

NBA All-Star 2019: Every sneaker worn at the All-Star Game

Nike's LeBron 16 "Watch The Throne"
Nike's LeBron 16 "Watch The Throne" (Getty Images)

With the conclusion of the 68th All-Star Game, curtains came down on the All-Star Weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The entertaining game saw Team LeBron register a victory for the second straight year under the new All-Star Game format.

Almost every popular and marketable player in the league have their own sneaker line in collaboration with a brand which becomes a huge part of their annual earnings.

Given the level of talent on display at the 68th NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte, there were plenty of sneakers on display.

All-Star Game MVP Kevin Durant

Nike KD 11 "Aunt Pearl"

LeBron James

Nike LeBron 16 "Watch the Throne"

Stephen Curry

Under Armour Curry 6

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Nike Zoom Kobe 4 Protro

Kyrie Irving

ROKIT x Nike Kyrie 5

James Harden

Adidas James Harden Vol. 3 "All-Star"

Paul George

Nike PG3 "All-Star"

Damian Lillard

Adidas Dame 5 "All-Star"

Dwyane Wade

Li-Ning Way of Wade 7 "The Moment"

Russell Westbrook

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 "All-Star"

Klay Thompson

Anta KT4

Kawhi Leonard

New Balance OMN1S PE

Anthony Davis

Nike Kobe A.D.

Nike Hyperdunk X

The trio of Ben Simmons, Dirk Nowitzki, and Karl-Anthony Towns (left to right) dressed up in Nike's Hyperdunk X for the All-Star Game. Another All-Star Game debutant in Nikola Jokic was also seen showing off the Nike Hyperdunk X.

LaMarcus Aldridge

Air Jordan 33

Joel Embiid

Under Armour Anatomix Spawn Low

Bradley Beal & Khris Middleton

Nike Hyperdunk X Low

Kyle Lowry

Adidas Marquee Boost Low

Blake Griffin

Jordan Super.Fly MVP

Kemba Walker

Steve Wiebe x Air Jordan 10 Retro PE

Nikola Vucevic

Nike LeBron Soldier 12

D'Angelo Russell

Nike PG 2.5

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