KYRIE IRVING RUMORS & GOSSIP
The different facets of Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving collide in this purple piece created by artist Hyperthree Ye from Shenzhen, China.
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Although the Cleveland Cavaliers had a disappointing end on their run to a championship, Cavaliers fans can take solace that point guard Kyrie Irving took another big step in his career.
During Irving’s regular season, Kyrie averaged over twenty-one points, grabbed over three rebounds, and dished out more than five assists per game.
For some of his best offense highlights, check...
By his own standards, Stephen Curry got off to a slow start in the NBA Finals. Cleveland Cavaliers reserve guard Matthew Dellavedova, whose role was greatly expanded after Kyrie Irving went down with an injury in Game 1, was partially responsible for Curry’s struggles. And, as it turns out, the attention Dellavedova received for that...Read More
If you watched television in the ’90s, there’s a good chance that you watched Friends at some point.
The hit TV show ran from 1994-2004 and served as a jumping-off point for many members of the show’s cast.
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving was born in 1992, but he’s a fan of the show too, apparently.
GQ’s Jack Moore did some excellent detective work and...
Kyrie Irving will miss the rest of the postseason and be out 3-4 months after suffering a fractured knee cap in Game 1 of the NBA Finals Thursday that will require surgery. Irving’s injury will make it even tougher for the Cavs to win the series especially since they’re already down 1-0. After news of...Read More
After what a hot start in the NBA Finals, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving left Thursday’s Game 1 against the Golden State Warriors with an apparent knee injury. The team announced on Friday afternoon that Irving had an MRI that revealed he had a fractured left knee cap. In the coming days, Irving will have surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. He is expected to be out for three...
The Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to bounce back on Sunday, but according to Jon Barry in an interview with Dan Patrick, they’re not counting on Kyrie Irving to be a part of it. Barry couldn’t pinpoint which injury has the Cavaliers so worried, but he heard someone say that they think he’s done.
“I heard something from a Cavalier person – and this is not documented...
The potential loss of Kyrie Irving is much more important to the Cleveland Cavaliers at the moment than a loss in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. With a healthy Irving, one loss in a seven-game series can easily be overcome. With a hobbled Irving or no Irving at all, the future suddenly looks grim....Read More
Kyrie Irving tried to tough his way through Game 1 of the NBA Finals despite his knee injury, but he left during overtime in extreme pain. Irving played 44 minutes and posted 23 points, 7 rebounds and six assists in the 108-100 overtime loss, and he even came up with a huge block at the...Read More
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If the Cleveland Cavaliers are going to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, they will have to do so with a significantly hobbled All-Star point guard in Kyrie Irving. Sustaining a right foot strain and tendinitis in his left leg, Irving’s entire lower half has been wrapped in dynamic compression tape with hopes of helping provide added stability for the ultra-mobile guard...