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Nike Kyrie 1 "Brotherhood"

Though his collegiate career was cut short at just 11 games due to a ligament injury, Kyrie Irving

Though his collegiate career was cut short at just 11 games due to a ligament injury, Kyrie Irving left is mark while playing for Coach K. at Duke, averaging 17.4 points, 5.1 assists, and 3.8 rebounds per game for the Blue Devils as an electrifying 18-year-old freshmen back in 2010 — which ultimately led to his being selected with the first overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Now, Irving returns to Durham, North Carolina and Cameron Indoor Stadium with the “Brotherhood” edition of his signature Nike Kyrie 1. Arriving just in time for March Madness, the “Brotherhood” takes cues from Irving’s college days and comes decked out in Duke’s signature black, royal blue, and white while Kyrie’s own logo hits the tongue, footbed, and outsole.

The “Brotherhood” shoe — along with a matching tee and cap — launches March 12 at select Nike Basketball retailers and Nike.com.

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