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The Cleveland Cavaliers are trying to build something special around point guard Kyrie Irving. Irving’s game is not normal. This video from Jamal Crawford’s Pro AM displays Irving's next level ability.
It is also why Irving will be able to command a $80 million max deal from the Cavaliers after this season is in the wind.
Suggestive rumors have also floated on the airwaves that Irving won’t remain in Cleveland after his current deal expires.
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There are few NBA players that have a killer crossover like Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving and during an appearance at the Jamal Crawford Pro-Am in Seattle this weekend, his crossover skills were on full display.
Watch as Irving breaks a couple of ankles on two incredible crossovers in the same game:
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving absolutely takes this defender to the woodshed with a sick cross over during the Jamal Crawford Pro-Am in Seattle.
Jamal Crawford has been packing in the NBA ballers at his Seattle Pro-Am. Just last week, Kevin Durant dropped 63 points, and now Crawford brought in All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving who “Ooed” and “Ahhed” the packed crowd with his crazy handles on Friday night, along with some hops on both ends of the floor!
Irving came to play D as well, denying back-to-back dunk attempts...
That Kyrie Irving fellow from the Cavaliers, he’s pretty good.
The Jamal Crawford/Seattle Pro Am is behind the Drew League when it comes to this summer’s best summer league action. The Seattle Pro-Am has had special guest like Tyreke Evans, and Kevin Durant visit so far this summer.
Saturday Clippers star Blake Griffin is expected to pay a visit as well.
Friday night it was all...
In front of a packed house at Seattle’s Pacific University, the Jamal Crawford Pro Am just got underway. The Celtics’ Jeff Green is currently running with Cleveland’s budding superstar Kyrie Irving. The fans will definitely get their money’s worth this weekend, as Blake Griffin is expected to play tomorrow.
Here’s a quick clip of Uncle Jeff hitting a fallaway and Uncle...
Another day at the Seattle Pro Am, another game where Seattle native and host of the pro-am, Jamal Crawford, goes off for ridiculous buckets.
Crawford to his credit humbly allows visiting NBA stars to get the spotlight when they visit his pro-am, but make no mistake, Crawford makes is presence known.
In the video courtesy of Ball Is Life, Crawford goes off for 51 points, from every...
Lob City made its presence known in Seattle on Saturday.
Blake Griffin headlined teammate Jamal Crawford's Summer Pro-Am and he didn't disappoint.
In typical Griffin fashion, the Clippers star forward was on the receiving end of alley-oops, finishing with violent dunks.
Both Griffin and Crawford were on the same team and looked like they were already in midseason form...
Jeff Green participated in Jamal Crawford's Pro-Am in Seattle over the weekend, and the video above (courtesy of HMTbonus on YouTube) shows Green's highlights, including quite a few dunks, the best of which was a windmill.
Hopefully this season Green will continue his dunking ways, as he had many spectacular dunks during the 2012-2013 season, including a memorable dunk on...
Kyrie Irving, who will challenge Jamal Crawford of the Clippers for best handle in the NBA in the 2013-2014 season, flat-out embarrassed these two defenders in Seattle over the weekend at a glorified pick-up game. [Continue Reading]
If you do anything this NBA season watch Kyrie Irving a couple times. The guy is flat out filthy. I’ve been saying it all along that he’s one of...
Cleveland's Kyrie Irving took part in the Jamal Crawford Pro-Am recently and showcased his impressive dribbling skills. An by "skills" I mean he absolutely destroyed a couple of would-be defenders en route to the rim. Yeah, he obliterated one guy and dunked with his left! Nasty!
Sure it was versus amateurs but still!
Check out Irving breaking ankles and displaying...
It was Blake Griffin’s turn to put a show on at Jamal Crawford’s Seattle Pro Am, and a show is what Griffin delivered.
Of course Griffin was unable to match Kyrie Irving’s ball handling wizardry and slicks moves, but when it came dunking, Griffin showed up, and delivered for Seattle.
Jamal Crawford runs a relatively tight ship at his Pro-Am — basically, if you run out on the court for any reason, security will haul your ass out. But, every so often, there is a moment that turns the showcase into a very polite man’s version of an And-1 mixtape. Friday night had one of those moments. Memphis Grizzlies guard, and former one-and-done Washington Husky, Tony Wroten...
Yesterday, we posted a video of Cleveland Cavalier star Kyrie Irving tearing up Jamal Crawford’s Pro-Am in Seattle, Washington.
In this clip, Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin shows off his high-flying dunking ability at the same Pro-Am:
As I wrote about last night, Jeff Green, Kyrie Irving & Tony Wroten (who absolutely clowned this guy) were in Seattle last night for the Jamal Crawford Pro Am. And they did not disappoint. Irving put on a dazzling display of jumpers, dunks, blocks & layups. You can see the highlights, including some sick dribbling here.
I haven’t come across a Jeff Green highlight vid yet...