OKC Thunder: Offseason kicks report

Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook (Photo by David Becker/NBAE via Getty Images)
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OKC Thunder: Chris Paul, LeBron James, and Russell Westbrook, (Photo by David Becker/NBAE via Getty Images) /

A wild offseason off the court is emulated by the kicks being worn by the OKC Thunder players and their peers. T.I. updates via the offseason kicks report.

There has been a lot to talk about this offseason in Oklahoma City. From exciting moves to sad departures, it’s been quite a summer for OKC Thunder Fans. So now it’s time to take a breather from all of the wildness of this offseason and talk about something a little more simple.

Simple things are not always the most fun topic to write or read about but after a few months of crazy this may be just what you needed: an overview of the kicks worn by our OKC Thunder players so far this offseason.

OKC may have traded away the fashion mogul of the NBA, both of their players with signature shoes, and their retro Jordan representative but they have a new wave of interesting young talents to talk about that should keep the OKC kicks topic interesting.

Losing Russell Westbrook’s flashy PE colorways of his signature shoes, Paul George‘s signature shoes, and not having Jerami Grant out there rocking retro Jordans every game will be tough to replace, but there are a few intriguing players coming in that will bring some interesting variety next year.

Some of OKC’s fresh new kicks talent include: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander will do well in replacing Westbrook’s off the court fashion sense and on the court will mostly wear Kobe’s which not a lot of Thunder players did last season, Chris Paul may not finish the season in OKC, but he is there now and he will replace Westbrook and George as OKC’s sole signature shoe player, and one more interesting addition to OKC who will be the first player we talk about.