11 May '18, 8pm

In honor of Kevin McHale's hard foul on Kurt Rambis in the 1984 finals

McHale’s statement making foul was recorded in a pair of Converse Fastbreak His. In honor of this memorable moment in NBA Finals history, Converse will be bringing the shoe back as part of the prestigious “Art Of A Champion ” collection dubbed the “No easy Buckets”. Dressed in Celtics green and white, it comes with all of the details that have highlighted the rest of this collection – sixteen slash marks on the lateral heel, a dubrae depicting the year this classic shoe is from, and another “16” logo on the right tongue. Pairs of the Converse Fastbreak Hi “No Easy Buckets” will arrive at retailers on May 17th with an MSRP of $95 USD. Enjoy an official set of images below and tell us if you plan to pick up this part of history when it drops.

Full article: https://sneakernews.com/2018/05/11/converse-fastbreak-hig...

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