The Signature Sneaker Quiz

Every basketball player still wants to be like Mike, and not just on the court. If you want to achieve a Jordan-esque cultural impact, you need your own signature shoes. How well do you know the sneakers that your favorite players laced up?

1 of 12
For what shoe company did young Hornets star Larry Johnson memorably cross-dress as “Grandmama?”
Nike
Adidas
Converse
2 of 12
Who made these signature kicks for Patrick Ewing?
Reebok
Adidas
Patrick Ewing
3 of 12
Nike made this, um, interesting model, the Air Bakin, as a signature shoe for what player?
Rasheed Wallace
Damon Stoudamire
Tim Hardaway
4 of 12
Dada made these monstrosities that came complete with spinning rims for what player?
Latrell Sprewell
Tracy McGrady
Allen Iverson
5 of 12
Who memorably pumped up his Reebok Pumps before winning the Slam Dunk Contest in 1991?
Rex Chapman
Dee Brown
Shawn Kemp
6 of 12
Who won an NBA All Star Game MVP award in 1994 while wearing these flashy kicks?
Hakeem Olajuwon
Dominique Wilkins
Scottie Pippen
7 of 12
Nike introduced this futuristic shoe, the Foamposite One in 1997. Who was the signature endorser?
Charles Barkley
Grant Hill
Penny Hardaway
8 of 12
What company used such luminaries as Xavier McDaniel and Derrick Coleman to hawk their Dymacel technology?
Voit
British Knights
Etonic
9 of 12
Which of the following players endorsed LA Gear’s Catapult sneakers?
Mark Price
Dominique Wilkins
Karl Malone
10 of 12
In what year did Nike sell the first Air Jordans?
1985
1986
1988
11 of 12
Whose signature shoes were these Nike Air Zoom Flight Fives when they were introduced in 1996?
Penny Hardaway
Chris Weber
Jason Kidd
12 of 12
In what year did Converse introduce “The Weapon,” which was worn by many stars and led to this unforgettable commercial?
1984
1985
1986