LA Clippers superstar, Montrezl Harrell has been having himself a career year, putting up 19, 8, and 2, on nearly 60% shooting from the field. While he’s played a pivotal role in helping lead the franchise from their playoff drought, and push for their first ever Finals appearance, he’s also been rocking some serious heat on feet during the 2019-20 NBA Season.
It was reported in the Summer of 2019 that Harrell had inked an endorsement deal with AND1, but later on in September of this year, he revaled on Twitter that he is no longer with the brand. While this may come to a surprise for some, it does make some sense. Harrell is quite possibly one of the biggest and best shoe collectors in the NBA, along with PJ Tucker. We’ve seen him bring some serious heat to the court from the rarest Jordans, to AND1’s Attack 2.0s. Harrell has worn a differnet pair of sneakers for each half of each game thus far this season, so it comes to no surprise he wanted that creative freedom to wear whatever he likes on the court. However, that won’t stop him from supporting the original streetball brand, AND1.
Just last night in a contest vs the Indiana Pacers, Trezz debuted the all-new AND1 Attack 2.0 ‘Chase the Ring’ PE. We were fortunate enough to receive a pair of the new Attacks and wear test them. Check out our performance review here if you haven’t already. This new offering of the Attack 2.0 has all the championship detailing you need. Gold accents the patent leather upper, while neoprene makes up the rear panel and tongue. Completing the look is a Blacked out Harmonix RX midsole, a Gold AND1 logo at the heel, and Blue embellishments that accent the sockliner, pull tabs, and eyelets.
While you may not see it, AND1 has some elite company on their roster. They recently signed Toronto Raptors superstar, Fred VanVleet to an endorsement deal, and have Trezz rocking their models here and there. Let us know what you think of these new Attack 2.0s in the comments below, and keep it locked to the site as they look to release in SS20 next year.
All photos sourced by NBAKicks and d_gordon33..