On Monday night, LeBron James stepped on the court for Game 5 of the NBA Finals wearing his Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier 10s. With the Golden State Warriors leading the series 3-1 at that point, James knew he needed to come up big for his Cleveland Cavaliers.
He ended up scoring 41 points to bring the series back to Cleveland, and the secret to his stellar game may have been on his shoes. James wrote his three kids’ initials “B.B.Z.” (Bronny, Bryce and Zhuri) on his new Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier 10s.
So for Game 6 of the series in Cleveland on Thursday night, James once again came out in LeBron Soldier 10s with “B.B.Z.” written in large black letters. And for a second straight game, he scored 41 points to bring the series back to Oakland, Calif., for Game 7, which is set for Sunday.
Meanwhile, Warriors star Stephen Curry wore a pair of his Under Armour Curry Two MVP shoes from the Back 2 Back pack that’s set to drop June 24.
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