Boston Celtics superstar Jaylen Brown showed the world exactly why he’s an All-Star when he produced 35 points, 14 rebounds, five assists, and two steals in the All-Star game on Sunday night.
Something we noticed in the game was Kyrie Irving’s shoes, specifically the lengths he went through to cover up the Nike logos, as he was dropped from the brand for sharing an anti-Semitic film.
Irving has colored int he shoes to hide the Nike swoosh since he’s returned to the court.
During the All-Star game on Sunday, Irving covered up the Nike logos on his shoes with a Rasta style Jamaican theme. It did the trick.
Brown loved the look of Irving’s shoes so much that he wants to get a pair for himself.
Brown has openly supported Irving on many different fronts since he left Boston, both as a friend and as a member of the NBAPA.
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