In the opening game of the 2016 NBA Finals, Golden State continued their winning ways, easily dispatching the Eastern Conference champs, 104-89.

Just as it did during last year’s Finals, Nike created a bevy of gold-themed colorways which players debuted on court last night. LeBron James wore a wine/gold iteration of his Nike LeBron 13 Elite, Kyrie Irving rocked a black/gold version of his Nike Kyrie 2, Draymond Green debuted a white/gold Nike Zoom HyperRev 2016, and Andrew Bogut got in on the fun with a white/black/gold Nike Air Max Audacity.

While all those new kicks were certainly flashy and great to see, it was Shaun Livingston—in his old, trusty black/white Nike Hyperdunk 2014s—who to stole the spotlight as he led all Warriors in scoring with 20 points.

As the Finals move along, expect to see a few more notable models and colorways. But for now, make sure you get caught up with all the kicks from Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

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