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3 NBA Stars With A Debuted Signature Sneaker Lower Than Lonzo Ball’s ZO2

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Lonzo Balls “ZO2” signature sneaker off to a bad start due to the high price ($495) and awful sales. No one clearly is taking this seriously since an arrogant cocky father, known as Lavar Ball, continues to talk smack for being better than Nike, Adidas or Reebok. Well, there are three NBA stars, past and present, that actually did it at a reasonable price, according to The Undefeated.


3. Shaquille O’Neal

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Shoe: Reebok Shaq Attaq (1992)

Original Price: $130


The most powerful force in NBA history who won four champions has his signature sneaker come out during the first year with the Orlando Magic. He made this price because kids in that time wanted to buy sneakers that aren’t 200 dollars. Now in 2017, accounting for inflation, the price is at $228.


2. Allen Iverson

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Shoe: Reebok Question (1996)

Original Price: $99.99


Allen Iverson, better known as “The Answer” for most NBA fans, signed a lifetime deal with Reebok and still represents them. These sneakers during his rookie year show off due to the greatness he displayed on the court. Right now customers can buy them at a much lower price in different colorways.


1. Kyrie Irving

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Shoe: Nike Kyrie 1 (2014)

Original Price: $110


For the four-time All Star and NBA champion to have a signature sneaker look stylish compare to the ZO2 is embarrassing for the Big Baller Brand. Irving put countless hours of work to earn these great looking sneakers. NBA fans buy it  and know its worth the price.

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