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LaMelo’s impressive high school performance, where he scored 92 points, is commemorated by the PUMA MB.03 “Hills” sneaker.

Five years ago a 15-year-old LaMelo Ball cemented his superstar following and otherworldly scoring abilities by dropping an overwhelming 92 points for Chino Hills High School. With his third signature silhouette with PUMA releasing later this Fall, the PUMA MB.03’s latest colorway pays tribute to the youngest Ball brother’s historic night and wild style of play.
Inspired by the bobcats and coyotes that roam the mountain range of his hometown, the PUMA MB.03 “Hills” distances itself from future compositions with repeated claw marks ripping away the neutral knit upper to reveal vibrant streaks of neon mesh. Aside from the warped grey mudguard, the entirety of the upper assumes a tonal tan composition while the titular yellow hue returns to outfit the trio of tongue’s logos; the 1-of-1 emblem, winged signature insignia and 92-point motif. The latter greyscale aesthetic takes hold over the entirety of the sole unit underfoot as the topographical heel counter boasts further LaMelo branding opportunities.
Enjoy a first look at the PUMA MB.03 “Hills” below while we await the model’s official release later this Fall.
In other basketball footwear news, Kyrie Irving has signed a five-year deal with Chinese brand ANTA.

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