Now an NBA champion, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving is following up the biggest moment of his career by doing the work that really matters.
In partnership with Kids Foot Locker, Irving donated 190 pairs of his Nike signature sneakers to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland this weekend. Celebrating an epic Finals performance, Foot Locker donated one pair per point scored by Irving during the seven-game series. Club members were given the shoes during the Kyrie Irving Basketball ProCamp in Independence, Ohio yesterday.
The camp also marked an opportunity for Foot Locker to spread word of its GO BIG campaign, which encourages the youth to lead active and healthy lifestyles.
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