Originally Posted by gasolina
Really up to you then. I notice the past few years, most shoe companies skimp on cushioning for "lightness" and "responsiveness". That said, majority of us weekend warriors don't play enough to give up the extra cushioning if you want to keep your knees and ankles happy.
Lebrons are also wide but they're just too expensive. I can't make myself buy a sneaker at $150+ retail when it only takes me a couple of months to blow through the traction.
Than get old school shoes like early melo's or lebron's those shits have hella cushioning.