Anthony Davis isn't one of Nike Basketball's signature athletes, so he doesn't have his own line of sneakers designed specifically to enhance his on-court performance.

But as the brand unveiled its collection of colorways for the 2016 NBA All-Star collection, Davis got a personalized version of the Nike Air Audacity, which features a bold "Fear The Brow" wordmark around the outsole.

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Sporting News got a hands-on look at the entire All-Star collection at a Nike showroom in New York City on Friday, so here's what the brand has in store for Paul George, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and LeBron James to celebrate their respective All-Star appearances, starting with Davis:

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howcase a specific non-signature line for quite some time, most recently with James Harden and the Hyperchase model last season. Beyond a small player logo on the tongue, however, there's been little push to make one of the brand's lower-end models tied to any one player, at least not on a pair that was intended for public release. But that changes now starting with Davis, because the "Fear The Brow" phrasing is unmistakably his, and it's something that any fan of the NBA will immediately recognize.

Hyperlive for Paul George

The Pacers' George is in the same situation as Davis, in that he's also rocking one particular model that isn't explicitly his. He too was included in the All-Star release, with a more subtle model of the Hyperlive that omits any nod to George on the outside, with only a PG logo in the insole that's barely noticeable. The colorway is a Canadian red, and features a maple-inspired gum outsole along with maple leaf and 416 logos.

Kobe 11 Elite

The glowing green look on Kobe Bryant's shoe is inspired by the Northern Lights, and really pops in person. The molded leather accents on both the tongue and the heel are new to this model, and for those who plan on playing in these shoes, beware: the traction varies a bit on the different colorways of the Kobe 11, so you may want to take a close look at that particular aspect before bringing these to the court. 

LeBron 13

LeBron James might have the best colorway of the bunch. The grey-green, almost military-styled upper is inspired by the neutral tones of Toronto's winter, and features textured patterns throughout along with some removable patches on the back. There's also a brand new leather cover on the tongue that snaps down over the front of the shoe, an accent which hasn't been available on any of the previous LeBron 13 models. 

KD 8

Kevin Durant's All-Star shoe is by far the boldest, and features a multi-colored upper inspired by the flags around the city of Toronto, as well as removable patches along the heel and tongue. The light blue graphic along the outsole references Toronto's icy winters.

You may notice that Kyrie Irving was left out here, even though he's one of only four signature athletes on the Nike Basketball roster. But since he wasn't chosen by the coaches as a reserve in the East, his sneaker was removed from the All-Star collection just before it was released. 

An image of the All-Star colorway of the Kyrie 2 had been making the rounds, and a Nike spokesman confirmed to Sporting News that it will in fact release in the future. But the date for that has not been determined at this time.

The Nike Basketball Royalty Collection drops on February 11.