words // Brandon Richard
One of the more overlooked moves of the NBA's offseason was the Los Angeles Lakers claiming Carlos Boozer off the amnesty wire back in July. The move wasn't exactly what the Lakers brass envisioned heading into the summer, but it at least gave Kobe Bryant a teammate with a name we recognize.
Fresh off of his media day debut in purple and gold, Boozer shared this photo of his first Player Exclusive Nike sneakers as a member of the Lakers. Boozer's Hyperdunk 2014s are styled in purple and white, with gold accents and the 'CBOOZ' logo on the tongues.
How do think the Lakers' famous scheme looks on the latest iteration of the Hyperdunk? You can buy non-PE colorways now at retailers like nike.com.
images via @mrcbooz