Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving has one of the most lethal crossovers in the NBA right now, and apparently Chicago Bulls rookie Tony Snell didn't get the memo. Irving capped off his fancy ball-handling with a pretty finish at the rim. Don't reach, young blood! Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The thought of trading your best player away may seem like an awful idea on many levels, but this is Cleveland, after all. Just two-and-a-half years after the Cavs made him the No. 1 overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft, could Kyrie Irving...Show More Summary
In a contest featuring two 11-loss teams, Kyrie Irving led the Cleveland Cavaliers into Boston Friday night and battled the rebuilding Celtics. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Things aren't going well in Cleveland. The Cavaliers are shopping Dion Waiters after an altercation at a players meeting with Tristan Thompson and general unrest in the locker room; the team is 4-11 under new head coach Mike Brown; Anthony Bennett, the No. Show More Summary
The Miami Heat looked to continue their winning ways on Wednesday night, but faced a stern test from Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Unfortunately for the Cavs, LeBron James wasn't messing around back in Cleveland, leadingShow More Summary
In order to find the best action on Wednesday night, follow the stars -- namely LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. We hope you're ready to consume a healthy helping of NBA action, because Wednesday night's cup runneth over with 13 games on the eve of Thanksgiving. Show More Summary
In a matchup featuring two former No. 1 overall picks, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers headed into New Orleans Friday night and took on Anthony Davis and the Pelicans. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
It has arguably been the best ball-handling sequence of the early NBA season: As captured in a YouTube video (see below) that's gotten more than 180,000 views since the play happened on Saturday night, Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving shakes Washington Wizards guard Glen Rice Jr. Show More Summary
Kyrie Irving imagines a time when all is right in the world.
With Kyrie Irving entering his third season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, there was reason to suspect that he would only further develop as the face of the franchise. After he secured the NBA Rookie of the Year Award and an All-StarShow More Summary
With almost a million views since it was uploaded to YouTube yesterday (and, you know, so many people owning televisions) you might’ve already seen Foot Locker’s new Week Of Greatness Kyrie Irving commercial, but in case you haven’t, oh man, it is the greatest. Without hyperbole, it might be the best and most socially important sports commercial of all time.
Every person’s definition of “things that make you feel all’s right with the world” differs, but Foot Locker’s idea, in a new ad with Kyrie Irving, is pretty close. Brett Favre muses that, “a man’s got to know when to walk away,” and Dennis Rodman buys a one-way ticket to North Korea. But Mike Tyson […]
Stop making Kyrie Irving into someone he's not. Strong rookie and sophomore campaigns deserve recognition as forerunners of hope and potential, not defining models for the player Irving is. Right now, the Cleveland Cavaliers point guard is not a top-10 starlet. Show More Summary
In Foot Locker's "Week of Greatness" ad, Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers reflects on how the shoe retailer's week-long promotion of the world's best sneakers makes you feel like "all is right with the world." The 60-second ad flashes to a series of infamous sports decisions with alternate endings. Show More Summary
As Foot Locker celebrates its "Week of Greatness," Kyrie Irving revels in the feeling that "all is right with the world." Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Foot Locker released a new commercial for its "Week of Greatness" today featuring Cavs star Kyrie Irving. Irving imagines that during the week of greatness, all is right with the world... Tyson gives Holyfield his ear back, Craig Sager burns his ugly suits, Brett Favre walks away for good, and Dennis Rodman buys a one way ticket to North Korea. Show More Summary
Yup, Cleveland still has some issues to sort out.
When you’ve got a star point guard, how is your offense this bad?