Zion's game-worn Duke sneakers sell for over $19K at auction
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A pair of Zion Williamson game-worn sneakers were auctioned off for the first time ever over the weekend.

The Nike Kyrie 5s - worn by the former Duke star at the Maui Invitational in November - were sold by Goldin Auctions for $19,200, according to Action Network's Darren Rovell.

NCAA rules prohibit athletes from selling school-issued gear, but as Steve Wiseman of the Charlotte Observer noted, this would only be a violation if Williamson sold the sneakers before the end of the college basketball season.

Williamson signed a five-year endorsement deal with Jordan Brand in July and could release his first signature sneaker with the brand as early as the 2020 NBA All-Star Game.

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