Found April 01, 2013 on More Than Stats:
NBA superstar Kevin Durant was spied yesterday at the Louisville vs. Baylor women’s NCAA basketball game wearing a $335 Givenchy Angel Crest T-shirt. Ballers are currently going H.A.M for Givenchy, It has to be those artistic designs. Are you feeling Kevin’s Givenchy Angel & Stars t-shirt ? and yea, Louisville stunned the world as they beaten the mighty Baylor Bears in the sweet 16,that’s a big deal, swag! $335 Givenchy Angel Crest T-shirt photo via instagram @sheila3579
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