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NBA Shoe Color Rule Lifted

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NBA Shoe Color Rule Lifted

By Nate Upchurch, Reporter

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On August 29, 2018, the NBA shoe color rule was lifted. Previously, you could not have a shoe color that didn’t match the color on your jersey. For example, if your jersey colors were blue and red, you couldn’t wear a green shoe. Before if you did this, you had to pay a fine, which many players like P.J. Tucker, LeBron James, and many others, had to do. Now in the 2018-2019 season you will be able to wear any color shoes with any color jerseys.

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