Derrick Rose reportedly dropped out of the Skills Competition on All-Star Saturday but his presence will still be felt during the landmark weekend in Chicago.

On Friday, adidas unveiled sweeping plans to honor the city’s illustrious sneaker history in light of the festivities, ranging from reopening historic Tony’s Sports from Feb. 7 through 16 to debuting on-court footwear for select players participating in the All-Star game, Rising Stars Challenge and 3-point shootout. 

That includes Zach LaVine, who will rock these Pro Model 2Gs Saturday night:

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Notably, the company also said it will be re-releasing the classic adiZero Rose 1, which Rose wore during his 2010-11 MVP campaign.

This revamped model will tribute that season with an inscription on the sneaker’s lip and come in two colorways. The themes of each are sure to tug at some heartstrings. One recalls Rose’s “rose from concrete mentality." The other is decorated in the blue and yellow hues Rose repped at Simeon High School.

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The shoe drops on on Feb. 13, where it will retail for $140. When’s that direct deposit hit again?

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