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Zion Williamson Makes His RETURN Against Syracuse Wearing A WHOLE Different Shoe!

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Zion Williamson Makes His RETURN Against Syracuse Wearing A WHOLE Different Shoe!

Zion Williamson Makes His RETURN Against Syracuse Wearing A WHOLE Different Shoe!

Zion Williamson is cleared to play and will be making his first on court appearance in Duke’s game against Syracuse,,,after bursting through his Nike PG 2.5s in the first minute of the game against North Carolina.

And now…THANKFULLY…he’ll be sporting a new pair of shoes.

What did he traded his paul George sneakers in for?

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