Boston Celtics player Kyrie Irving stunned soldiers at Military Appreciation Night in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center by giving them an incredible gift—his game-worn jersey and shoes, according to Fox News.
Irving handed his jersey to one soldier and his shoes to another.
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“Oh my God!” one of the ecstatic soldiers said. “Thank you so much!”
The four-time NBA All-Star then shook hands with all four servicemembers before heading back to the visitors’ locker room.
Irving, who suffered a facial fracture in a Friday night victory over the Charlotte Hornets, scored 25 points and added five assists in the Celtics’ 13th straight win.
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