Dallas Mavericks coach God Shammgod has a new shoe

Dallas Mavericks God Shammgod (Photo by Cassy Athena/Getty Images)
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 Dallas Mavericks player development coach God Shammgod has a new shoe hitting the market

The Dallas Mavericks brought in New York City legend God Shammgod to be their player development coach in 2016. He was coming off a successful four-year run coaching at Providence. The Mavs have not regretted that decision for a second. Many current Mavericks players have credited Shammgod with helping them expand their games.

He had a successful playing career too. Shammgod helped Providence reach the Elite Eight in 1997 before being drafted by the Washington Wizards. He played just one season in the NBA but had a lengthy career playing professionally overseas.

Shammgod is most known for the dribble move named after him. Fans can read more about it and how to execute the Shammgod here.

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Dallas Mavericks coach God Shammgod shows off his new signature Puma shoes

The Mavs coach has some new shoes hitting the market. Shammgod is sponsored by Puma. Fans can check out the kicks below.

The shoe has a retail price of $100 and can be bought on Puma’s website for anyone interested.

It is awesome that he got his own shoes. Many basketball players dream of the day they get that honor. It is a reality for the Mavericks coach now.

God Shammgod will continue to working with and developing your favorite Mavericks. Current star Kristaps Porzingis gave him shout out during an NBA Live Together interview with Mark Followill just after play was suspended.

Expect that trend to continue. God Shammgod is an important piece for the Mavericks.

Congratulations on the new shoe. Fans should go out and pick up a pair today. The Mavs will be back in short order. Until then, fans should keep it locked to The Smoking Cuban for all the latest opinions, news, and analysis on their favorite team.

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