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Zion Williamson's Shoes: What Kind Is He Wearing Tonight?
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Mar 14, 2019 8:15 PM 1+ week ago

Zion Williamson's shoes have been a big topic of discussion since his foot came through his sneakers and caused a knee injury against North Carolina. The wait for Williamson's return to the court is over as well as his decision on what shoes he will be wearing for Duke. After having issues with the Nike Paul George shoes (PG 2.5's), Williamson is now wearing Kyrie Irving's signature Kyrie 4's.

According to Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel, Williamson opted for a shoe that was higher-cut to help support his frame.

The expectation is yes. After Zion's Paul George-model Nikes exploded beneath him, change is inevitable. Those sneakers were lower cut, and the strong expectation around the Duke program is that Williamson will wear higher-cut LeBron James- or Kyrie Irving-model Nikes that will better support his massive frame and raw power.

GettyZion Williamson was wearing the Nike Paul George shoes when his foot went through them.

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