Saturday, August 17th, 2013 at 1:02 pm  |  12 responses

Kyrie Irving Puts On A Show In Pro-Am Game (VIDEO)

Uncle Drew reigns in the Emerald City.

Just last week, Kevin Durant dropped 63 points at the Seattle Pro-Am, and the entertainment continued Friday night when Kyrie Irving wowed the packed crowd.

(H/T: Hoopmixtape)

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  • TBRK

    incredibly talented.

  • playa

    Drew is still teaching them young bloods…

  • The Seed

    Best point guard in the NBA to me pound for pound, not overall yet. I will give the nod to Westbrook, Rose and Paul, with Curry slowing coming up. But Iriving is pound for pound better in these areas. Shooting, scoring, passing, defense, play making ability, dribble and leadership.

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ Nick Tha Quick

    Irving is not a better defender than Westbrook or Paul. I actually have him as a below average to average defender.

  • Jay Brodes

    kix are dope…hyperfuse low? he is sick on the handles..damn!!!

  • Tndo23

    Uncle drew is defiantly next in line but he is not a better passer or defender then cp3. And leadership we will see where it ranks this year

  • Basketball Coach

    hands down, very flashy! now stay healthy and bring the Cavs to the Playoffs.


  • Wilt Chamberlain

    Wow… we’ll pretend like Tony Parker doesn’t exist then. Considering he’s the only one out of the PG’s you listed with a ring and Finals MVP.

  • Ishmael Jenkins

    Right. And he’s definitely not a better shooter than Stephen Curry. That’s downright ridiculous.

  • Ishmael Jenkins

    You’re out of your mind if you think Kyrie is a better shooter than Stephen Curry. Curry’s the best shooter in the entire NBA right now.

  • YoungBoy

    Also the only one to play with two future HOFers. One of those two HOFers (Tim Duncan) is arguably the best at his position ever, and arguably a top 10 player of all time. Chris Paul is clearly a better player than TP. Kyrie definitely needs to improve on the defensive end –and he must prove he can make his teammates better– if he wants to even enter the conversation of best PG in the game. But at just 21, he has plenty of time to make us look foolish for ever questioning him