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What you see above you is the “All-Star” colorway of the Nike Zoom Generation. It was supposed to be the shoe that LeBron James was going to wear in his first NBA All-Star Game in 2004. But the thing is, he didn’t get voted in as a starter nor was he selected as a reserve that year. So this sneaker (with a slight cosmetic change) never made it to Los Angeles. It became a shoe that was lost to time. You might think this doesn’t all that often, but with injuries and unforeseen circumstances always showing up unwanted, there are quite a number of kicks that were designated as All-Star shoes but never actually get to go to the big dance.  So here’s a look back with 10 Kicks That Never Made It To The NBA All-Star Game.