Citing industry sources, ESPN.com's Nick DePaula reported Wednesday that Anthony's M13 sneaker, which was released during the 2016-17 season, will be "the final model of the line".
"Since that time, the 6'8" forward remains in elite company by having had the fifth-longest shoe line among players in the history of the National Basketball Association, which also includes, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Allen Iverson respectively.
Ekuru Aukot's inclusion in repeat poll would be inconsequential-Raila Odinga
The judge ruled in the favor of candidate Ekuru Aukot who filed a petition seeking to be included in the repeat exercise. This comes even after an application to stay the High Court judgment that allowed Dr.
Carmelo Anthony waived his no trade clause to go from the lone All-Star in NY to the third-best player in Oklahoma City. Word has it that he will be lacing up in a several different Air Jordan pairs such as the new Air Jordan 32, his favorite retros and even hybrid renditions of his first signature shoe.
Charles Barkley, Scottie Pippen, Gary Payton and Penny Hardaway all once had signature shoes that ended during their playing career.
Anthony, of course, is coming from a huge media market in NY to a much smaller market in Oklahoma City.