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Zion Williamson: Kyrie 4s Were 'Incredible' After PG 2.5 Shoes Ripped vs. UNC
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Mar 15, 2019 12:41 AM 1+ week ago

Shoes don't often serve as one of the biggest storylines heading into an ACC tournament game, but that was the reality before Thursday's showdown between Duke and Syracuse.

After all, Blue Devils star Zion Williamson suffered a knee injury when his foot went through the bottom of his Paul George shoes during a Feb. 20 loss to North Carolina. He wore shoes from Kyrie Irving's signature line Thursday, and they apparently delivered in the 84-72 win.

"The shoes were incredible this game," he said, per Dan Wolken of USA Today.

Head coach Mike Krzyzewski revealed Nike did everything it could to make sure they were ready:

Coach K said Nike sent "their top people" to Durham after the shoe exploded. Those people then went to China to personally oversee the manufacturing of his new shoe. OK then!

Coach K said the "wear and tear" contributed to Zion's shoe blowout so they're rotating his shoes quicker. Nike also made them stronger.

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