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The best and worst of LeBron James' signature sneakers Before the LeBron 16 drops next week, we look back at King James' signature line, ranking all 15 previous models. Predicting teams over the next three seasons How will your team perform over the next three seasons?

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Chicago revitalized its roster with youth and flexibility for Fred Hoiberg to effectively run his modern NBA offense. Will he finally silence his critics, or will the season culminate in his exit…stage left? Last season the ball was placed in Brandon Ingram's hands. Now, with LeBron James in town, Ingram must embrace the complicated work of learning to live without it. Facing his third free-agency decision, LeBron James traveled on a new path and picked the Lakers.

The Crossover takes you inside the process that led James to join an iconic franchise and follow in the footsteps of legends. No longer draining daggers for the Lakers, Kobe Bryant—the self-styled Black Mamba—is now an entertainment mogul with a friendlier mission: Nearly 30 years before the Splash Brothers came along, three scoring sensations gave Golden State a revolutionary, wide-open offense with a catchy name.

Which Dennis Rodman should we remember? The unselfish, relentless Hall of Famer that was ahead of his time? The NBA's rebounding king carries a complicated legacy. Duke freshman Zion Williamson is everything you'd want in a future sneaker pitchman in the social media age.

Kevin Durant uses the power of sneakers to connect with the next generation, embarking on trips throughout the United States and Asia. The sneaker market typically heats up in the summer, with new deals and releases popping up from major companies.

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