LeBron's signed sneakers gifted to Kyrie fetch over $63K at auction

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A pair of sneakers that LeBron James wore and later gifted to Kyrie Irving during the Cleveland Cavaliers' 2017 playoff run was auctioned off for $63,679 over the weekend.

Auction house Lelands described the item as "the greatest LeBron James sneakers ever offered to the public." James wore the Nike LeBron 14s during Game 4 of the Cavs' first-round series against the Indiana Pacers on April 23, 2017.

James' signature appears on the right shoe, while the left shoe is signed "King James" and features the inscription, "To Young God - You're the F------ Truth Bro."

Lelands

James and Irving were teammates in Cleveland for three seasons, with the 2016-17 campaign being their last together.

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