As 2018’s top draft picks begin to flex their muscles in the NBA Summer League, so do the footwear brands that grace their feet. Dennis Smith Jr. has been lighting up the preparatory games, especially in the new Under Armour HOVR Havoc Low.
The shoe features the same cushioning as the Under Armour HOVR running shoe. In this particular bright mockup, the shoe features a traditional ankle lock down, although pairs featuring the sock lockdown style will most likely also release. According to UA, these will release in September, right before the start of the NBA season.
Below are some of DSJ’s highlights in the new shoes:
Washington Wizards swingman Kelly Oubre is already working hard this offseason in an effort to build on his performance from last season, when he averaged 11.8 points and 4.5 rebounds while shooting 40.3 percent and 34.1 percent from behind the arc.
And while Oubre is putting in the necessary work this summer to improve his game, he’s also doing it in style as he recently debuted the soon-to-be-released adidas T-Mac Millennium on the practice court.
Expected to be released in 2019, the adidas T-Mac Millennium takes style cues from the T-Mac 1, 2 and 3 with its overall shape and the striped overlay at the toe. The main difference though is the full-length BOOST midsole, which allows the T-Mac silhouette to be upgraded and modernized.