by Andy Moore on February 17, 2014


At last night’s All-Star Game, the East and West teams combined for an understated 318 points. (The average NBA over/under is around 190, and the 318 was, it should go without saying, a record). Chipping in 31 points was none other than Cleveland Cavalier Kyrie Irving, who snagged the MVP award in his first-ever All-Star game start.

I truly, truly hope you didn’t watch the entire game, and if you did please note that True Detective is pretty fucking good, but anyway, here’s a quick recap that features every one of Kyrie’s baskets and assists. Look at that defense! Was that the ’89 Pistons out there?!

[H/T: The Big Lead]

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