The Best Kicks of NBA Opening Week

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With the 2018-19 NBA Season officially underway, the league is set to get a lot of fire on the hardwood for the year. After loosening the color restrictions rule that excluded players from wearing sneaker colors that didn’t match their team’s colors; we’re definitely going to see home heat this season. Introducing the best kicks of NBA opening week.

Many players already took to the court with customs, exclusive PEs, and unseen colorways of phenomenal performer. One on One Testers is here to give you an exclusive look behind some of the sickest NBA players’ PEs for opening week, so lets get into it.

Kyrie Irving in a Nike Kyrie 4 PE

Kyrie Irving Nike Kyrie 4
h/t: Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images.

Russell Westbrook “Why Not?” ZER0.1 PE

Russell Westbrook Why Not ZER0.1 PE
h/t: Zach Beeker/NBAE via Getty Images.

Donovan Mitchell Pro Bounce Low PE

Donovan Mitchell Pro Bounce Low PE
h/t: Garrett Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images.


Kyle Lowry Pro Bounce Low PE 2
h/t: Ron Turenne/NBAE via Getty Images.

Langston Galloway Q4 Sports 495 Low PE

Langston Galloway Q4 Sports 495 Low Custom
h/t: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images.

Royce O’Neale Nike Kyrie Low ‘Hot Punch’

Royce O'Neale Nike Kyrie Low
h/t: Gene Sweeney Jr./Getty Images.

Russell Westbrook Air Jordan 1 ‘Craig Sager’

Russell Westbrook Air Jordan 1 'Craig Sager'
h/t: Zach Beeker/NBAE via Getty Images.

Spencer Dinwiddie ‘PERCEPTION’ PE

Spencer Dinwiddie Signature Shoe PE
h/t: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images.

Dennis Schröder Nike KD 6

Dennis Schroeder Nike KD 6
h/t: Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images.

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