Nike and LeBron James have again collaborated to produce another classic from his shoe collection; the Nike Air Zoom Generation QS. The new addition to the collection is part of James' retro shoes, wherein the recent one, dubbed as "Wheat" was released early this year. The QS is said to be the shoes that James wore in October 2003 when the Cleveland Cavaliers faced the Sacramento Kings. Though the shoes are not what he wore in his first NBA game, it is considered a rare collection.

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The Nike Air Zoom Generation QS is a White/White-Varsity Crimson-Black that costs $175 when it hits retail stores. The Foot Locker has since confirmed the price as well as the release date, which is on August 26, 2017. No further details were released, but expect new images of shoes as the release date nears. The LeBron James classic collection also includes the shoes he wore on his first ever NBA All Star game.

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LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and the pending trade request

In other news, LeBron James recently made headlines after he posted a Twitter message that seems to a take a dig on Kyrie Irving or at least that's what everyone is implying. After making headlines for reacting on Irving's request to be traded, it's no wonder his small statements make the best impact on fans. After denying rumors that he had a hand on Kyrie Irving's request to be traded, he was surprisingly quiet until now.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar is looking ahead for the team as he refuses to comment about Kyrie and helping the team acquire significant players like Derrick Rose and Jeff Green. He's also the contributing factor on why the Cavs eventually landed Kevin Love; trading its draft Andrew Wiggins during the process. Currently, there ae no new updates on the Kyrie trade, which means the team can still have him this season.

GM David Griffin on LeBron James

Meanwhile, former Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin believes James is not interested in any position in the franchise, he just wants to win games. "To be clear, he does not want to coach, he does not want to be the GM. This is a guy trying to win championships. Being a full-time MVP caliber player is a job in and of itself. I think it’s perception more than reality.” He also added that LeBron has more knowledge on the capability of players and that's why the franchise believes in his judgment.

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Griffin has been the GM of the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2014 until June 2017. While rumors say that LeBron James has somewhat controlling nature, his contribution to team provided enough positive result to a championship in the 2015-2016 season.

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