Like most of the shop jordans 2016, it looks like Nike expected Kyrie Irving and the Cavs to make it to the Finals. Just in time for the final push to the championship for Kyrie and company, Nike Basketball drops the “Cavs” colorway of the Nike Kyrie 2. Already being worn by Kyrie throughout the playoffs thus far, now every Cavs fan can own the navy, burgundy, and gold look for his second signature model.
With Jordan 10 black purple, one has to wonder if Cleveland can accomplish another 4-0 sweep of their next opponent – the injured and tired Toronto Raptors or the equally hurt and struggling Miami Heat. Having Kyrie Irving waiting in the wings is definitely helpful, as the Cavs’ star point guard has tortured the Eastern Conference with an array of crossovers and three-pointers en route to some of the best basketball he’s ever played. Nike Basketball’s latest Kyrie 2 colorway references Irving’s ability to bruise the ankles and ego of any defender guarding him with a vibrant and graphic-heavy take on his second signature.
The Jordan 11 low navy are rolling behind their barrage of 3-pointers and Kyrie Irving’s elite play as they wait to find out who they’ll face in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Kyrie 2 is still going strong too with the ever-unique Ky-rispy Kreme and Nike Huarache references. Now a brand new colorway is slated to release for the Cavaliers’ third round exploits in the Nike Kyrie 2 “Crossover”. The pair serves as a warning label for any defender planning on playing defense against Irving as the midfoot straps feature red caution-like stripes and the heel utilizes block letters to spell out ‘Kyrie’ in a bold black and white.