As we are now roughly one month into the 2013-2014 NBA season, it has been a pretty rare occurrence to find LeBron James rocking, at least for a substantial amount of time, his new LeBron XI signature from Nike Basketball. The King however did lace up and stay laced in his latest sneaker for an entire game last night against the Phoenix Suns. This marked the first time since opening night that LBJ has gone a complete four quarters in the LeBron XI.

Rumor has it that James is unhappy with the toe box area and has been experiencing discomfort while balling, which is why he so often switches back to his LeBron X during games. What was once earlier in the season just "oh, Bron is back showing off more Xs," has now become, "will he and Nike get the XIs straightened out?"

Nonetheless, above we showcase a white and red colorway of the LeBron XI that LJ sported last night, which we have seen before, but this exact on-feet pair seems to be a slightly-modified variation. Maybe the problems have been solved.

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