Kyrie Irving has been otherworldly throughout this postseason. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ point guard, competing in the playoffs for only the second time in his career, has yet to shy away from the spotlight. He’s been aggressive, has improved his defense and has been making anyone who attempts to guard him look foolish.
It sure seemed as though the problems which plagued him throughout many of his regular seasons in Cleveland – ball-hogging, putting on displays of over-dribbling – were becoming a thing of the past. As a result, the entire Cavaliers team seemed to be clicking better than ever.
And then Saturday night happened.