Three Nike sneakers that livened up the scene in NBA Finals
Kevin Durant has fared well so far in his KD10s.

ASIDE from the splendid play of the Warriors in Game 1 against the Cavaliers, the opener of the 2017 NBA Finals also featured new kicks broken in by a number of players.

Here are three from Nike:

Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit

Debuted by the Warriors' Draymond Green, this latest iteration of Nike's summer basketball shoe features a flyknit upper for targeted stretch and breathability together with pressure-mapped outsoles for enhanced traction. The shoe aims to deliver comfort, support, and a responsive energy return with the all-new Nike React cushioning.

Nike Zoom KD10 PE

Featuring an all royal flyknit upper and that distinct gold swoosh in the heel, Kevin Durant has fared well so far in the latest iteration of his best-selling signature shoes as he chases a first-ever career title.

Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Kevin Love PE

Covered in Cleveland's team colors of wine and gold with a speckled midsole and Kevin's logo on the tongue, this version of the Nike Hyperdunk 2016 is built for the stretch forward's shooting and rebounding game as he hopes to help Cleveland defend its title.

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