Some NBA players were in the Easter spirit on Sunday, wearing brightly colored and patterned sneakers for the holiday.
Adidas’ Easter sneaker offerings became available on Sunday at select retailers and Adidas.com, and several players were expected to wear silhouettes from the collection. Houston Rockets star James Harden wore a pair of salmon-hued Adidas Crazylight Boost 2.5 sneakers with light pink laces against the Indiana Pacers. The Adidas D Lillard 2, D Rose 6 and Andrew Wiggins Crazylight Boost 2.5 were reimagined in patterns inspired by dyed Easter eggs, but shoe namesakes Damian Lillard, Derrick Rose and Wiggins did not wear their Easter kicks in games over the weekend.
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Indiana Pacers players, including Glenn Robinson III, George Hill and Rodney Stuckey, embraced the holiday. Robinson III wore a patterned Li Ning pair, Hill wore Peak printed sneakers with a bunny on one of the tongues, and Stuckey wore a pair of Adidas J Wall 2 Easter sneakers.
The Rockets’ Dwight Howard also wore Peak sneakers with a bright zigzag pattern. Warriors star Stephen Curry’s Under Armour Curry Two Easter shoes were a little more low-key. The shoes feature a light gray upper with pops of teal throughout.