As all media types, bettors, and fans across the country wait with bated breath to watch and listen to LeBron James' over-hyped free-agency move later today, let's take a look at the shoes that made Akron's own special.
Whether he stay puts in Cleveland, moves a few miles west to Chicago, does it his way in New York/New Jersey, or ventures out to warmer temps in South Beach, Florida, it's a no-brainer that King James' Nike footwear will still sell regardless of his next move.
Prior to his rookie season, Bron Bron, at the age of 18, signed a $90 million contract for seven years, apparently to take the Beaverton, Ore., sneaker company to new heights that even dear old Michael Jordan could not reach.
Before the ball drops and his fate is determined, here's a reflection of the best and worst of No. 23's (or will it be No. 6 next year?) collection. From the inaugural Air Zoom Generation to the Air Max LeBron VIII, we will all be witnesses.