Back in December 2021, Draymond Green wore a pair of Converse basketball sneakers, but no specifics were revealed, and many viewers believed it was the Golden State Warriors forward's first signature shoe. Today, the Boston-based agency shared that the model isn't a Green exclusive, but an all-star BB Shift designed for the growing number of "positionless" athletes. Not too different in shape from the revamped Converse G4 (which Green has been wearing since signing with the century-old store in March 2020), this all-star BB Shift was instantly drawn to some of Nike Kobe's most famous compared to the design. Zoom air cushions are found in One Star Brand's latest basketball project, while TPU shields are found throughout the transverse section for lateral containment. The multi-directional traction of the underfoot works with the aforementioned components to address two of the three pillars referenced in the design of the All-Star BB Shift: Control and Lock. The third - weight - is woven through breathable leno pods, working in tandem with textile and synthetic leather materials found in the upper. The padded neckline area further ensures athlete comfort and ankle lockout, not limited to any position between "1" and "5".