Kyrie Irving is the most exciting point guard in the league. I'll take it one further and say he's the most exciting player in the league.
He has the moves on offense to get everyone out of their seats screaming his name. He can sit any defender down and make any shot he takes. This season he could send his team to the playoffs and, soon enough, might be the season's MVP.
The most exciting thing in Irving's arsenal is the way he finishes at the rim. One day he might come out doing a double clutch reverse layup with nothing but class and the next day he'll come out and throw the hammer down with a big dunk. He truly is unpredictable.
What Kyrie pulls out of his bag of tricks is different every games he plays. He isn't only exciting at the rim, all around the court you can see Kyrie showing off his spectacular skills.
If Kyrie is seen leading the fast break, you can be sure he's either going to pull out a flashy pass or take it to the rim in spectacular fashion. This is exactly why Kyrie is the most exciting player.
He is unpredictable, but whatever he does is sure to get every NBA fan gasping or cheering for him. Irving is also one of the few players who can break a defender down using his ball handles. Kyrie's feet and hands are so quick that only on rare occasions can defenders stay on their feet when guarding him.
Just recently Irving crossed up Micheal Carter-Williams and Evan Turner within 30 seconds. Wherever Kyrie goes in the world he finds a way to make people love him. When he was working for UNICEF in Africa, a video was posted of him having a dance off with one of the kids and it had everyone laughing.
It shows what a great man Kyrie Irving is, and that he truly is the most exciting player in the NBA. Whether it be on or off the court.
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