A first impression is everything. When NBA players lace up their kicks for the first time millions of people are watching their every move. The NBA season kicks off today and with numerous lottery picks signing deals with Jordan Brand, Nike, adidas, and Under Armour, the class of 2012 appears to be one of the more marketable groups in recent years. It’s rare to see a player with their own shoe or or a neck-breaking shoe out of the gate when companies have agendas and are trying to build. We decided to showcase The 25 Best NBA Sneaker Debuts in league history—let us know which player came correct from the jump.