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Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving capped off Military Appreciation Night at Brooklyn's Barclays Center by giving his game-worn jersey and shoes to members of the U.S. military.

In the moments after the Celtics defeated the Nets 109-102, Irving headed toward four soldiers in uniform who were standing courtside. He gave one his number 11 jersey and another his Nike signature shoes.

"Oh my God!" one of the ecstatic soldiers said. "Thank you so much!"

The four-time NBA All-Star then shook hands with all four servicemembers before heading back to the visitors' locker room.

Irving, who suffered a facial fracture in a Friday night victory over the Charlotte Hornets, scored 25 points and added five assists in the Celtics' 13th straight win.

Social media users praised him for the classy post-game gesture:

Watch the "Fox & Friends" report above.


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