Found March 16, 2012 on Cleveland Sports 360:
The Cavaliers picked Kyrie Irving with the number one pick in the NBA draft, since Irving came to the Cavs Ramon Sessions has taken the 19 year old under his wing and became Irving’s mentor. With the Cleveland Cavaliers trading Sessions to the Lakers, how will Kyire react? It will be interesting to see if Irving’s game starts to decline without the aid of his mentor Ramon Sessions. The Cleveland Cavaliers took a chance drafting the Duke guard knowing Irving only played in 11 games. Iriving has talent, he has the natural ability to play basketball at a level not many will ever get to. Irving may miss his mentor, he will still perform at a higher level than most. Kyrie Irving is still very young, the Cavs coach Byron Scott is the perfect fit for Irving’s game and believe me Scott will constantly remind Kyrie that he is a skilled NBA star in the Making. It will be rough at first for Kyrie to go out into the arena without his friend and Mentor Ramon Sessions, once the ball is tipped Kyr...
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