On Monday night (Tuesday Manila time) in game two of the Eastern Conference playoffs Kyrie Irving become the second-highest playoff scorer in Cleveland Cavaliers history.
Irving, a point guard himself, passed legendary Cavs point guard Mark Price for second all-time on the Cavaliers playoff scoring list. You can take a good guess as to who number one is.
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) April 18, 2017
At just 25, he is already vaulting himself up a prestigious list of all-time great Cavaliers.
Mark Price even took to Twitter to congratulate Irving on the awesome feat.
— Mark Price (@Mark25Price) April 18, 2017