On Tuesday night, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar point guard KYRIE IRVING put on a brilliant performance as “The Franchise” torched poor PABLO PRIGIONI and the Knicks for 37 points while dropping 11 dimes as the Cavs defeated the Knicks, 109-94…

Knicks starting point guard Raymond Felton already had his hands full trying to guard the elusive Irving but when Felton was unable to finish the game with a leg injury, that left the job of stopping Irving to Prigioni. That turned out to be an epic fail as demonstrated on this peek-a-boo-I-can’t-stick-you bucket by Irving…

Irving toyed with Prigioni the entire second half, breaking down the Knicks defense (what little there was) with crafty dribbling, superb passing and dagger jumpers.

Dime dropper: This smooth, behind-the-back pass to Thompson is also featured in Irving’s vast arsenal. 

Irving called it just another game among many in the NBA but the third-year guard has clearly feasted off the Knicks. Dude averages 32.8 points on New York over his last four games. That’s the highest average versus the Knicks over the past two seasons according to Elias Sports Bureau.

I think it’s safe to say Kyrie Irving is the undisputed Knick killer in a season where the Knicks are getting murdered practically every night.

Killer Kyrie for sure.

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