LeBron James sported a special pair of Tiffany x Nike shoes and special jacket as he made his way into Madison Square Garden before the LA Lakers versus New York Knicks.
The Los Angeles Lakers travelled to face the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night. It was the visitors who came out on top against the hosts in a 129-123 road win, courtesy of yet another monstrous performance by the evergreen LeBron James who racked up a triple-double to help his team to an important win at the iconic MSG stadium against the Knicks.
LeBron James who turned 38 recently, has not slowed any signs of slowing down this season, and his incredible form as he tries to close in on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s all-time scoring record reached another high after he recorded a triple-double on Tuesday. James racked up 28 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists against the Knicks to record 10+ points, rebounds and assists in a game.
No stranger to breaking records, James also moved into the fourth spot on the all-time assist leaderboard in NBA history with his performance that helped his team secure an important win. However, even apart from his performance, LeBron James made his way into the headlines with his fit as he strolled into the iconic Madison Square Garden before the match got underway.
What was LeBron James wearing as he made his way into the MSG?
LeBron James has long been noted for his tunnel outfit choices, often sporting some of the most sought-after fashion pieces with the hottest sneakers.
James is widely regarded as one of the most fashionable athletes of our generation, and is often known for his style statements. The four-time NBA champion rocked up to Madison Square Garden as he sported a letterman jacket with a matching pair of sneakers from the new Tiffany & Co. x Nike collaboration.
The all-black varsity jacket features leather sleeves and co-branded Tiffany & Co. x Nike patchwork graphics. As an ode to New York City, the patchwork has monikers relating to the city on the front and the two signature brands on the back. The Lakers superstar also sported the matching pair of unreleased Nike x Tiffany & Co. Air Force 1 1837s – which could set one back by $400.