Kyrie Irving’s uniquely official collaboration with General Mills includes this Lucky Charms-inspired take on the Nike Kyrie 4. Continue reading A Better Look at the ‘Lucky Charms’ Nike Kyrie 4
According to ESPN writer Brian Windhorst, Kyrie Irving asked Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert to trade him during a meeting that took place last week:
The 2017 NBA Finals kick off Thursday, June 1.
Nike may have started off as a company focused on selling running shoes to Americans, but it’s built a legacy on taking over the basketball market. NBA legends such as Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, and Penny Hardaway have all had memorable sneakers over the years, which have become the literal foundation that much of modern-day Nike is built on.
Things appear to have taken a life threatening turn in the tangled web involving up and coming singer Kehlani, Cleveland Cavaliers star Kyrie Irving and OVO Sound recording artist PartyNextDoor.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are currently having some chemistry issues. The team has lost 3 out of their last 4 games following a 113-99 trouncing by the Washington Wizards on Sunday, February 28.
Only 43 games into his rookie season, we’ve learned that Kristaps Porzingis can light up opponents just as easily as he can light up a cash register.