After becoming just the second Celtic in history to score 30 or more points in 25 minutes or less two nights ago, Kyrie Irving continued his outstanding play tonight against the Indiana Pacers.
At halftime, Irving led all scorers with 15 points on 6-12 shooting, two assists, and one ankle-breaker for the ages.
In the first quarter, the four-time All-Star took the ball up the court and put the moves on Darren Collison while he made a pathetic attempt to guard Uncle Drew in the open court.
Despite Irving’s heroics, the Boston Celtics found themselves in a hole at the half by a score of 54-45. Luckily, the Celtics are fantastic at making second half comebacks under the influence of head coach Brad Stevens, and went on to win the game 108-98. Irving finished the game with 25 points, six rebounds, and four rebounds.