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Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving shows off new wearable tech before NBA Finals

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During last year’s NBA Finals, Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith introduced many fans to the hoverboard, a tech flourish that some criticized him for as a potential lack of focus on the game, which they ultimately lost

On Saturday, a similar tech turn happened for the Cavaliers when guard Kyrie Irving showed up to the pre-game seven NBA Finals press conference sporting a mysterious piece of wearable technology

When asked by a reporter what the black body harness was, Irving said, “It’s a Subpac, you’ll be hearing about it soon.” Read more…

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