According to James, Irving has no weaknesses in his game.
Kyrie trying to become first to lead a LeBron team in scoring; Cavs w/ 3 players averaging 20 ppg https://t.co/u7Jb4m6fmN
— Joe Vardon (@joevardon) November 1, 2016
Kyrie is averaging 25 points through the season’s first three games. and hitting 46 percent of his shots.
Per the Akron Beacon Journal:
“Why not?” asked James, who famously predicted last season that Irving could have MVP awards in his future. “His ability to lead a team and his ability to score and get guys involved, we’re going to continue to improve as a team, we’re going to be right up there with the league leaders in wins, so why not?
“I think the sky’s the limit for the kid. He’s only  years old … He hasn’t even gotten to his prime yet.”
All three of the Cavs’ stars — James, Irving and Kevin Love — are averaging at least 20 points per game. Whether that is sustainable remains to be seen, but James sees great potential in Irving. […] “He doesn’t have any weaknesses, especially offensively,” James said. “He’s been great so far. If guys take away his driving lanes he’s able to create off the dribble, make pull-up jumpers. He can shoot the 3-ball, too, so he doesn’t have any weaknesses offensively so it doesn’t matter.”