Found February 07, 2012 on Stepien Rules:
Kyrie Irving scored 17 points in just under 26 minutes down in Miami during the Cavaliers 7-point loss (92-85) to the Heat on January 24th. At that rate (roughly 0.65 points per minute), if he played 40 minutes, he'd have finished with 26 and the Cavaliers would've won by two. Of course nothing at all about the game would've been different, besides Kyrie simply adding nine additional points to the Cavaliers total, so I imagine that's one adjustment the coaching staff is considering. The other would be to figure a way to keep Dwyane Wade out of this one too, because he didn't play last time, and he is tonight. Win or lose it's another fun and interesting test for Kyrie Irving and his Cavaliers tonight to be sure. My hope is they keep it competitive, and I'm starting to think that maybe they expect that after beating Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Dirk Nowitzki recently. As good as those Hall of Famers are though, they aren't Dwyane Wade or ...
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