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As previously noted on TNLP, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving was going to be on the cover of EA Sports next-gen release of NBA Live 14.
The below photos show of what the box art will look like on the Playstation 4 and the Xbox 1:
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Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving put on quite the show in Las Vegas on Thursday night, scoring 23 points in the Team USA Showcase. In just 27 minutes of play, Irving dazzled with a lethal array of dribble-drives coupled with three-point range. In addition to the scoring, he added seven assists, a steal and two three-pointers as his White team topped the Blue team 128...
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard and former No. 1-overall draft pick Kyrie Irving will be officially gracing the cover of the NBA Live '14 video game.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving had 23 points and seven assists to lead the White team to a 128-106 victory over the Blue on Thursday night in the USA Basketball Showcase at the Thomas and Mack Center.
Irving, an All-Star who was a member of the 2012 USA Basketball Select Team that trained against the U.S. Olympic team, scored 16 in the first half to spark his squad's...
As comedian Dave Chapelle once said, “Everything is better in slow motion” and the below highlight package starring Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving proves that theory to be true.
Watch Kyrie pulls off some amazing moves from the Team USA showcase scrimmage in Las Vegas:
Two of the NBA youngest starts want to stay put with their current teams. The Indiana Pacers Paul George and Cleveland Cavaliers Kyrie Irving both have no desire to leave. Considering Indiana and Cleveland are small markets this is good news for the NBA.
The league needs stars in small market cities. Good for George and Irving wanting to stay put and not wanting to go to the...
Watching Kyrie Irving make his case to play for the United States reminded Mike Krzyzewski of when they used to be together.
Irving had 23 points and seven assists to lead the White team to a 128-106 victory over the Blue on Thursday night in USA Basketball's exhibition scrimmage, and afterward Krzyzewski said he loved being back with his former point guard.
LeBron James wasn’t available, so EA Sports went with the next best thing — or at least, his heir apparent — to appear on the cover of its first NBA Live video game in years.
The company announced Thursday that Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving will grace the cover of “NBA Live 14,” which is slated for release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this October. The game will be...