A lot of sneaker news happens each day, so it's hard to sift through all of it and shake out the clutter. Your Twitter feed is likely full of Air Jordans releases dates and sneakers on sale, but what's worth paying attention to? Beyond that, there are daily industry rumbles that may affect the athletic footwear world as a whole. Oh, and memes, Vines, and other shenanigans, too. Here's what you need to know.

How a Teenage Sneaker Restorer Is Literally Turning Trash Into Treasure

"You can find them anywhere from thrift stores to eBay, even the trash cans, because I found the original Air Jordans in the garbage can, and I was able to sell them for $400," Bustamante said in reference to the O.G. "Military Blue" Jordan IVs pictured above."

Everything You Need to Know About Jordan Brand's New Flagship Store in Chicago

"The latest Jordan-only store, which joins Flight 23 locations in New York and Las Vegas, will hold its grand opening this Saturday, October 24. The multi-level location is named after its address, 32 S. State St, and features a 1,800-square-foot ground floor that's been packed to the brim with exclusive Jordan product, reports the Chicago Tribune."

DJ Khaled Reveals the Plug Who's Hooking Him Up on the Supreme x Air Jordans 

"After sharing one of his sneaker connections over the summer, Khaled's now giving props to another hook-up: @TheRealSpina14, the man behind the website Scotty Kicks, who also appears in the video."

Paul Pierce Says He Won't Wear Kobe, LeBron, or KD's Sneakers

"Speaking with Kicks on Fire, Pierce says that his competition's sneakers are 100 percent off-limits. "I would never wear a rival's shoe. You know, LeBron's been a rival for years, Kobe [has been] in the Finals a couple of times," Pierce said."