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Kyrie Irving’s Playoff Career High 42 Points Powers Cavs to Game 4 Win | May 23, 2017



After the Boston Celtics went up early on the Cleveland Cavaliers, Kyrie Irving took over. Following a 21-point third quarter – most by a Cavalier in the Playoffs since LeBron in 2010 – Irving would go on to set a new Playoff career-high with a 42-point performance. Down by as many as 16, the Cavs went on to win, 112-99, to take a 3-1 series lead.

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  1. I JUST WANNA I DON'T WANNA FELT BAD FOR CURRY CAUSE WE KNOW KYRIE IRVING IS GOOD HANDLES AND CROSSOVER CURRY THEN THATS DUMB TOO MUCH BEING DIE HARD FANS GUYS LETS JUST BE HUMBLE FOR LIKE WATCHING THE GAME DONT BE TOO MUCH COCKY LIKE " OH KYRIE WILL GONNA CROSSOVER CURRY IN THE FINALS ! CAUSE CURRY SUCK! " AND WHEN THE FINALS STARTED … CURRY CORSSOVER KYRIE !!!! OR KYRIE WILL GONNA FALL DOWN! SO YOU GUYS MOVE TO GSW CAUSE CURRY CORSSOVER KYRIE THE YOU GUYS GONNA SAY " KYRIE SUCKS GUYS KYRIE HAS NO MUCH FOR CURRY '' BOI? WHAT ARE YOU THINKING PEOPLE ITS JUST A GAME BE RESPECT TO OTHER PLAYERS ALSO CURRY AND THE WARRIORS GEEzzzzzz PEOPLE !!!! haha LOL !!!!! THE FREKING THE CAVALIERS PRIDE !!! THE MOVIE (aka CELTIC PRIDE ) HAHA LOL !!!!!

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