NBA Superstar Sneakers
Giannis, LeBron, Bosh

Giannis Antetokounmpo 2019 48-Point Game-Worn & Signed Sneakers
LeBron James 2003 Game-Worn Rookie Sneakers
Chris Bosh 2006-07 Game-Worn & Signed Sneakers

Giannis Antetokounmpo 2019 48-Point Game-Worn & Signed Sneakers

While wearing these Nike Zoom Freak 1 shoes, Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo dropped 48 points, 14 rebounds and 4 assists in a 2019 home game against the Mavericks - his 2nd highest scoring output of the 2019-20 season. "The Greek Freak" cemented his legacy with an iconic 2021 NBA playoffs, leading the Bucks to their first NBA championship since 1971 and being named Finals MVP. Giannis has proven to be one of the most collectible athletes in history, with his unique combination of star power, charisma, and international appeal.

LeBron James 2003 Game-Worn Rookie Sneakers

Arguably one of the greatest pairs of sneakers in basketball history, these Nike Air Zoom Generations were worn by NBA megastar LeBron James during his 2003 rookie season, when he was just 18 years old. Photo-matched and authenticated by MeiGray, the leading authenticator for the NBA, to 3 games (an astounding feat) including LeBron's first ever game at the Staples Center (his home arena since 2018). He wore the sneakers in an iconic matchup with another rookie phenom, Carmelo Anthony. LeBron James entered the NBA as perhaps the most hyped athlete of all-time. As a teenager LeBron was nicknamed the "Air Apparent" and "The Chosen One”. Expectations were extremely high. Then LeBron did the unthinkable. He exceeded them.

Chris Bosh 2006-07 Game-Worn & Signed Sneakers

These black, white, and red Air Force 25 sneakers were worn by NBA Hall of Famer Chris Bosh during his legendary 2006-07 season with the Toronto Raptors. Both shoes are inscribed "CB4" on the velcro strap and signed by him. Bosh not only dominated on the court during his sensational career, but he has been a source of inspiration and strength for the way he handled adversity following a career-ending illness. Bosh left Toronto in 2010 as the franchise's all-time leader in points, rebounds, blocks, and minutes played. In 2010, after seven seasons with the Raptors, he entered into a sign-and-trade deal whereby he was traded to the Miami Heat. In Miami, he joined fellow stars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James. The trio became known as the Big Three. Bosh was an 11x All-Star, 2x NBA champion, Olympic gold medalist, served as the league’s Global Ambassador, and was recently elected to the NBA Hall of Fame.