Player: Scottie Pippen
Complex Says: Scottie Pippen proved he could stand on his own two feet by becoming a solidified superstar in the season Michael Jordan retired. He was a star amongst stars in the 1994 NBA All-Star Game, scoring 29 points and grabbing 11 rebounds while taking home MVP honors. His sneaker selection was the ever-so-popular, predominately red Nike Air Maestro. Although the Nike Air Maestro is not an official Scottie Pippen signature shoe, it is closely associated with the Hall of Famer.