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Kyrie Irving gets past Sixers guards twice, very quickly

The Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving, who might be better known as that trickster Uncle Drew, took on the Sixers' guards last night, twice, and won two times.

Kyrie Irving gets past Sixers guards twice, very quickly

The Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving, who might be better known as that trickster Uncle Drew, took on the Sixers' guards last night, twice, and won two times.

On two consecutive plays that happened within mere seconds of each other, Irving was able to cross up Michael Carter-Williams and Evan Turner twice each, resulting in the lengthening of Cleveland's lead and the shortening of Philadelphia's hope.

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