6 NBA players who might get a signature sneaker after Anthony Edwards, Devin Booker

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No. 4 - Tyrese Haliburton, Indiana Pacers

Playing the best basketball of his NBA career, Tyrese Haliburton has helped make the Indiana Pacers one of the Eastern Conference's legitimate title contenders. The 24-year-old is quickly becoming one of the best point guards in the association, and he's shown no signs of slowing down, especially after the team gave him a top-tier running mate in Pascal Siakam.

Haliburton, who can oftentimes be spotted wearing Kobe Bryant's signature line from Nike, would be a natural fit for a signature as he continues his ascension. Nike hasn't been shy at all about bringing in guards to the signature family lately, with Ja Morant and Devin Booker both getting their own recently, and Haliburton could very well be next.

No. 3 - Victor Wembanyama, San Antonio Spurs

This one seems inevitable. Even before he was drafted first overall by the San Antonio Spurs in this past draft, Victor Wembanyama was a phenom, and he's done nothing but showcase that he's a once-in-a-generation type of player since the new season started. His rise to superstardom is approaching at a rapid pace, and a signature shoe could follow.

Wembanyama is currently signed to Nike, a brand that has not been pumping out signature shoes like crazy as of late, as previously mentioned. Given all of the hype the 7-foot-4 big man commands every single time he takes the basketball court, it wouldn't be too surprising if Nike fast-tracked a signature line as soon as next season.