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Kyrie Irving hits the contested three to send Cavs to overtime against Warriors (VIDEO)

Dec 29, 2013, 9:30 PM EDT

The Cavaliers ultimately fell to the Warriors on Sunday, but not before extending the game to an overtime session courtesy of this three-pointer from Kyrie Irving.

Klay Thompson contested this about as well as possible under the circumstances, but Irving was able to create enough space after the fake to get the shot off over his defender and bury the three with the game in the balance.

  1. captainwisdom8888 - Dec 29, 2013 at 9:57 PM

    Kyrie is going to do some special things in this league when he is fortunate enough to get some talent beside him. Sadly, like Lebron, I adamantly believe that Kyrie is going to have to depart from the heavenly and prosperous place that is Cleveland Ohio…if he ever intends to compete for an NBA championship.

  2. stephenolszewski - Dec 29, 2013 at 10:32 PM

    Cleveland actually played well tonight without Bynum, they got up and down faster and ball didn’t stop as much on offense by them forcing a post up to Bynum

    • onlyavoice - Dec 29, 2013 at 11:01 PM

      So what you’re saying is that the Cavs lost just as good without Bynum.
      Ball Hog Wanna-Be Superstar Irving is the problem with the Cavs losing.
      Melo scores by the bundle but will never lead a team to a finals.
      Irving would be a liability Coming Of The Bench for the Heat.
      Bynum can & will be sought by a true contender & he will play.
      I do not see True contenders chasing after Irving when he becomes a free agent,
      he’s a Melo type player.

  3. samsonight1010 - Dec 30, 2013 at 12:58 AM

    Onlyavoice needs to exercise her right to onlybesilent, that was just moronic

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