He wasn't able to help the Cleveland Cavaliers to victory, but Kyrie Irving did his part. After missing the last three games to a hyper-extened knee, Irving returned to the court yesterday and put up numbers like he normally does. Unfortunately, it was not enough to overcome the Knicks.
Irving and the Cavs were beat 102-97 in Cleveland last night. However, Irving put up 22 points and six assists in the game. As usual, he was quite the show. Fans in Cleveland got their money's worth despite the loss.
Irving had hyper extended his knee in a game against the Miami Heat. He rested the knee and appears to be healthy now. That's good new for the Cavaliers who can only hope Irving helps draw fans at this point in the season. The club will surely look to build around Irving going forward.
The 20-year old is averaging 20.3 points and 5.7 assists per game this season. He has been dominant, made the All-Sar Game, and looks poised to help the Cavaliers bounce back.
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