March Madness: Shop the Best Sneakers of the NCAA Tournament First Round

With the opening round of the men’s basketball NCAA tournament in the books, it’s time to look back on the players — and their sneakers — that stole the show.

Scroll through our roundup of the first round’s top performers, with links to shop the shoes that carried them to the next round of the Big Dance.

And stay tuned for ongoing March Madness sneaker coverage.

Jordan Bell
Jordan Bell in Nike Zoom KD 9.

Jordan Bell (Oregon): 17 points, 12 rebounds | Nike Zoom KD 9, $150; nike.com


Frank Mason III
Frank Mason III in Adidas Crazy Explosive Low.

Frank Mason III (Kansas): 22 points, 8 assists | Adidas Crazy Explosive Low, $119.99; footlocker.com


Edrice Adebayo
Edrice Adebayo in Nike Kyrie 1.

Edrice Adebayo (Kentucky): 15 points, 18 rebounds | Nike Kyrie 1, from $70; ebay.com


Devin Robinson
Devin Robinson in Nike KD Trey 5 IV.
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Devin Robinson (Florida): 24 points, 7 rebounds | Nike KD Trey 5 IV, from $59.98; finishline.com


Elijah Stewart
Elijah Stewart in Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit.
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Elijah Stewart (USC): 22 points, 4 rebounds | Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit, $139.97; nike.com 


Derrick Walton Jr.
Derrick Walton Jr. in Air Jordan XXXI Low PE.
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Derrick Walton Jr. (Michigan): 26 points, 11 assists, 5 rebounds | Air Jordan XXXI Low PE, from $199; ebay.com


Justin Jackson
Justin Jackson (far right) in Air Jordan XXXI.
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Justin Jackson (North Carolina): 21 points, 7 rebounds | Air Jordan XXXI, $185; nike.com


Dwayne Bacon
Dwayne Bacon in Air Jordan 13.
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Dwayne Bacon (Florida State): 25 points, 9 rebounds | Air Jordan 13, from $239.99; ebay.com

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