Point guard hits game-high 35 points to carry Cavaliers to victory over the Hornets.
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving may just be the most in-form player in the NBA right now, even more-so than Lebron.
After a stellar all-star weekend, the ‘Uncle Drew’ star produced a sensational fourth quarter performance to lift his team to a 105-100 victory of the New Orleans Hornets.
In a tweet by ESPN, they say Irving scored more points by himself than three other teams did as a collective, showing his utter dominance under intense pressure.
Cavalier fans haven’t been this excited about a player since Lebron James, and so long as the management staff can keep Irving under contract and bring in elite players around him, the future could be very bright for the Cleveland faithful.