It's a fact of life that NBA stars love their styles. Whether on or off the court, players put thought into their attire, and their sneakers are no exception to the rule.
The league's best endure signature changes throughout their careers, and while it's often the case that newer is better, sometimes an oldie can still be a goody.
There are many things to consider when looking at a player's history of shoes. Style is certainly one thing, as color scheme and sleekness are never too important—but what you can't forget is that these are still basketball shoes, and they must be able to function as such.
We've seen trends come and go throughout the years—and come again, if you're keeping score at home—and while no one player is expected to stand pat, it's safe to say they're doing well for themselves at this point in the process.