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#CELTKICKS: Kyrie honors his dad with BU kicks

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Kyrie Irving isn’t the first Irving to be a basketball star in Boston. His father Drederick was one of Boston University’s best players ever, leading them to the 1988 NCAA Tournament and graduating as their #1 All Time leading scorer (a record since broken twice). Drederick, who wore #11 as a Terrier, still holds three of the top 10 scoring seasons in BU history.

BU’s colors are red and white. Last night against the Pistons, Kyrie scored 31 points in red & white Kyrie 4 “BU” sneakers, emblazoned with his father’s #11 in his father’s team colors.
Pretty cool.
Shout out to KWAPT for the info.
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© Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports


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#CeltKicks: Day of the Dead, Tatum changes shoes

Kyrie Irving debuted a Halloween themed Kyrie 4 last night in Oklahoma City, taking to the court in the “Day of the Dead” colorway.
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Here’s a closer look.

You can these for $130 at SNKRS or exclusively at Footlocker stores at the Cambridgeside Galleria, Dudley Street, Washington Street, or the Square One Mall in Saugus in the Boston area.
Use Footlocker’s launch locator for drops in your area.
Meanwhile Jayson Tatum rocked two pairs of kicks last night, coming out of the locker room in Cinnamon Toast Crunch Kyrie 4’s…

@celtics iyi bir geri dönüş yaptı. Jayson Tatum 24 sayı ile maçın skorer ismi oldu#CUsRise⁠ ⁠ 101 | #ThunderUp⁠ ⁠ 95
Marcus Morris: 21 Sayı, 10 Ribaund, 4 3LukAl Horford: 19 Sayı,9Rib 3 3LukPaul George: 22 Sayı,8 RibRussell Westbrook: 13 Sayı,15 Rİb, 8 AST#KiaTipOff18 pic.twitter.com/yEbUcwXgdj
— NBA Touch (@nbatouch) October 26, 2018

And then switching to the Kobe AD Exodus at halftime.

Jayson Tatum’s 2018-2019 season body count is already up to 3 (counting the Embiid shake, staredown, and Wink from game 1) pic.twitter.com/qfY9lIa6EC
— Justin Haney (@jhaney1125) October 26, 2018

Jayson Tatum’s #NBAKicks! pic.twitter.com/cB5ohAnA0E
— Basketball Sneakers (@HotHotSneakers) October 26, 2018

Good luck finding those if you want them. You’re going to have to search the secondary market for both of those.


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#CeltKicks: Boston Celtics debut wild styles in season opener

The NBA really loosened the reigns on what players can wear on the floor. This is as good a time as any to bring back our old CeltKicks feature, which looks at the shoes the guys are wearing on the court.
Kyrie Irving in Kyrie 4 PE
Thin unnamed Kyrie 4 PE has a lot going on, including the all-seeing eye, a peace sign, and an eagle… which appears to be a nod to his Native American heritage. The gold swoosh pops. I’m a huge fan of gold along with the green and white. I’m a total sucker for that combination.

Jaylen Brown in Adidas TMac 3 All Stars

Jaylen spent part of the summer working out with Tracy McGrady. Wearing his All Star kicks to start the season feels like a nice shout out and thank you.
Jaylen Brown in NikeiD PG2 “Coloring Book”

As I posted yesterday, these shoes imagine what they’d look like if his 10 month old son colored them. Notice the heart and the “Deuce,” his nickname for his son, in the first picture. His son’s initials are also on the inside of the tongue.
Marcus Smart in Adidas Dame 4’s

Smart honored his late mother by adding the date down the back of his shoes.
Terry Rozier in Puma Clyde Court Disrupts

Terry Rozier is one of the massive influx of new Puma athletes taking to the court in the Clyde Court Disrupt. I’m a fan of Puma casual lifestyle shoes. I have some Clydes and Suedes. I’m not 100% sold on their basketball shoes but I’ve also seen worse.
Gordon Hayward in Anta GH Signatures

Hayward just left Nike for Anta (Nike had the right to match, but didn’t), and he debuted an as-yet unnamed signature shoe. We see an interlocked GH logo. This feels very similar to what Anta’s other big star, Klay Thompson, is wearing.
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We’ll see where they go with these. White-on-white is the sneaker version of a craft brewer’s IPA. It’s kind of hard to screw it up. While I’m a fan of white-on-white in general, I’d like to see where they go creatively
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