Sabrina Ionescu's Nike Sabrina 1 Sneakers Were Stolen

The New York Liberty guard confirmed the incident on social media.

Image via @sabrina_i20 on Twitter / Via Twitter: @sabrina_i20

New York Liberty guard Sabrina Ionescu is looking to get her stolen Nike Sabrina 1s back.

Fresh off of winning the WNBA Commissioner's Cup championship with her squad against the Las Vegas Aces on Tuesday, Ionescu went on Twitter today to address her stolen sneakers from the game.

"Never thought I would get my shoes stolen from an opposing arena… Please just bring me my insoles back RIP to my Sabrina 1s," Ionescu wrote on Twitter along with sharing photos of her stolen sneakers.

Twitter: @sabrina_i20

Ionescu revealed that the Sabrina 1s that had gone missing were her "Uncle Phil" and "Oregon" PEs. The first pair was worn by Ionescu on Sunday against the Indiana Fever, and the color scheme paid tribute to Nike co-founder Phil Knight. The latter style is inspired by her alma mater, the University of Oregon, and was worn on Tuesday in the aforementioned Commissioner's Cup game.

The Nike Sabrina 1 was officially unveiled in March and is one of the most anticipated sneaker releases of this year. The sneaker will release on Sept. 1 in the "Spark" and "Ionic" colorways via SNKRS and at select Nike Basketball retailers.

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