We’re not saying Wes Unseld was LeBron or MJ, but he did lead the Bullets to four NBA Finals appearances, which ain’t too shabby, and in 1978 his squad knocked off the Seattle SuperSonics to take home the trophy. Converse is paying homage to one of the great rebounders and human tanks ever to play in the NBA with the Converse Star Player Low Intangibles. Decked out in red, white, and blue, just like the Bullets jerseys Unseld wore, the sneakers are finished with fine details like gold eyelets, gold writing on the insole, and gold covers on the bottoms of the laces that read “1978.” Old school NBA fan or not, these sneakers are good-looking enough for a spot in your starting five.
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