They said they’ve been saving them for the right time, and it looks like that time is now.

After dropping Game 1 of the NBA Finals to the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night, 113-91, the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers will be looking to bounce back with a victory tonight.

According to the team’s official Twitter account, the Cavs will suit up in their now-famous black jerseys for Game 2 — the same jerseys they wore during their come-from-behind effort in last year’s Finals against the Warriors (Game 5 and 7).

While wearing their sleeved black kits in Game 5 of last season’s Finals, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving recorded 41 points apiece to force a Game 6 back at the Q. Then, Cleveland came into Oracle Arena for Game 7 and again defeated the Warriors to bring home their first NBA Championship while completing the comeback from down 3-1.

Game 2 is scheduled to tip at 8PM EST inside Oracle Arena, with ABC having live broadcast coverage. Will the change in kits be the difference in making the below photos happen again?

Kyrie Irving Game 7 shot



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