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An NBA player standing at only 5 feet and nine inches tall, New York Knicks’ Nate Robinson astounded audiences during the 2009 Sprite Slam Dunk Competition when he dunked over Dwight Howard (6 feet 11 inches) to win his second slam dunk title. In superhero-fashion, he wore the much talked-about green Nike Foamposite Lites, now better known as the “KryptoNATEs,” defeating Superman himself respectively. Thanks to the huge buzz that event has received it looks to be that the KryptoNATE Foamposite Lites will indeed be released after many speculated rumors. Appropriately set on St. Patrick’s Day, Nate Robinson is teaming up with Nike and Foot Locker’s Harlem House of Hoops for an exclusive release event being held at 4-5:30PM.