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Before Kobe Bryant's signature sneaker line with the Swoosh Brand took off, the majority of NBA stars wore high-top sneakers on-court during NBA games. Then, in 2010, Kobe and Nike introduced the world to the Kobe 5 and the Black Mamba became a pioneer for the popularization of low-cut basketball sneakers. Now, a plethora of Nike athletes have low-cut signature lines the likes of perennial all-stars Kevin Durant and Paul George. Even LeBron James' high-top sneakers arrive in low versions, and Kyrie Irving has a brand new Kyrie 4 Low on its way.Even with Bryant out of the league, his low top Kobe AD NXT 360 sneaker remains one of the most popular footwear choices among today's NBA stars. That has a lot to do with its advanced traction patterns and its sock-like fit, as well as its propensity for attractive color schemes the likes of this one here. Its outsole comes dressed in an eye-catching neon green, while its Flyknit-constructed upper ushers in the oft-admired multi-color aesthetic. Enjoy an official set of images below and stay tuned for release information as it becomes available. Be sure to tell us if you prefer high-cut or low-cut basketball sneakers when you're hooping and check out dates for more Nike shoes while you wait.