MANILA, Philippines – Uncle drew came to play against the defending champs.
Kyrie Irving netted a new career-high and an 2015 NBA season-high on Friday, March 13, scoring 57 points in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ win over the San Antonio Spurs in what was a high-octane overtime affair.
Irving was torching the Spurs all over the field all-game long, and hit two critical 3-pointers down the stretch of the fourth period to force OT after San Antonio had led by six with a little under two minutes to go. He also had 5 assists and 3 rebounds.
LeBron James wasn’t too shabby too in his first game back at San Antonio’s home turf since losing to the Spurs in the 2014 NBA Finals as a member of the Miami Heat. James finished with 31 points to go along with 7 assists and 5 rebounds.
The Cavs, now 42-25, is in second place in the Eastern Conference and have won 7 of their last 10 games. – Rappler.com
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