Kyrie Irving did manage to have a bounce-back game throughout Game 3 in Cleveland, as his incredible third quarter propelled the Cavaliers to stay in the game right up until Kevin Durant took over late in the fourth. Kyrie put up 38 points without a single three-pointer falling in an incredible array of acrobatic layups. As the Cleveland Cavaliers look to swing NBA Finals momentum back their way, Kyrie Irving is wearing an all-new colorway of the Nike Kyrie 3 in Game 3.
Nike Basketball outfitted Kyrie in a head-turning Kyrie 3 PE Black Yellow too. There was no metallic gold hinting at the Larry O’Brien trophy as the pair instead was graced with a 50/50 yellow and black split. The left pair featured yellow on the outside with black on the medial side, while the right pair switched things up to make the Game 3 PE appear either all black or all yellow depending on the angle you saw it at. Touches of red highlighted the Swoosh outline and Kyrie signature logo.
Over the years the NBA Finals has served as a platform for brands like Nike, Adidas, Reebok and now Under Armour (and even Anta) to debut new signatures shoes as well as special edition PEs for their signature athletes.