Kyrie Irving flashed a little Danny Zuko on his feet in the Cavs’ Game 2 win over Toronto.
WFNY got their hands on a pair of the new Ohio State Free Trainer V7 in advance of their Spring Game. The details are enough for any Buckeye fan.
Can the Cavs “Flip the Switch?” Nike Basketball sure thinks so.
A discussion about baseball, expectations, and the Cleveland Indians, as well as the latest Sixty Second Kicks featuring the OG “Royal” Jordan 1.
The Ashland University women’s basketball team quietly dominated their way to a 37-0 season. WFNY discusses.
Nike says Kyrie Irving’s signature sneaker is the best selling basketball performance shoe on the market right now.
LeBron James’ Soldier 10 line from Nike Basketball is the latest sneaker to get the brand’s “Flyease” technology for easier entry and use for all athletes.
In the grand debate, given the way we now view success in the NBA, LeBron James should be resting more, not less.
The face of the Cleveland Indians is now the global face of New Balance’s baseball outfit.
Another powerful short film from Nike features LeBron James and a host of other athletes.
Many have been waiting for Nike Basketball to retro LeBron James’ signature line, but the first two releases and the handling of the LeBron 14 have left much to be desired.
“It’s retro time.” — LeBron James
An up-close look at Nike Basketball’s Kyrie 3, set to release later this month.
The best release of each year has added a Kyrie 2 to the mix. Here’s the story behind the design.
The best of both worlds? With Kyrie Irving’s third signature sneaker gearing up for an early 2017 release, it would appear that fans will get a collaboration of the first two models mixed with some of Nike’s latest technological work. Though not slated to release until January 21, leaked images give us our best look
Kyrie Irving and LeBron James will have four separate championship packs created by Nike Basketball which commemorate each win in the NBA FInals
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving has announced a January 21 release date for the Kyrie 3, the third iteration of his signature line from Nike Basketball.
While not an “Elite” upgrade, Kyrie Irving will get a new shoe inspired by his ridiculous handles thanks to Nike and the “Crossover” Kyrie 2.
Nike Basketball is about to take us back to the mid-90s with a “White Men Can’t Jump”-inspired edition of the LeBron 13.
In 2013, Nike chose Kyrie Irving over Steph Curry. Curry went to Under Armour and has been killing it ever since.