In the Cavaliers’ final regular season game last year against the Miami Heat, TnT color commentator Chris Webber repeatedly mentioned Kyrie Irving as the best ball handler in the NBA. Not Chris Paul, Stephen Curry, nor any other guard. It was Kyrie Andrew Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers and C-Webb couldn’t be more on the dot. For years, Uncle Drew has flooded every form of visual media with countless of highlight reels showing his insane control of the ball and the norm hasn’t changed at all this year. Now that he returns, from a knee fracture that has held him out since the summer, we came up with Kyrie Irving’s 10 sickest crossovers of the 2014-15 season.
10 – Kris Crossed
Kyrie Irving was coasting against the defense of Kris Humphries, who had no chance of stopping Irving’s ankle breaker, until the inevitable happened and Kris got crossed.
9 – Manu gets a vicious one
In Kyrie’s career night in San Antonio, he made sure he’ll make a lasting impression on one Manu Ginobili with this crossover full of bad intentions.
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8 – Spin Cycle Crossover
The Harvard in Jeremy Lin had no answers to Kyrie Irving’s handles as Uncle Drew executed a beautiful spin and crossover in front of the Lakers point guard.
7 – Powerless Pistons
At the 1:07 mark of the video, Kyrie Irving left Reggie Jackson out in the cold and he went on to face three more Pistons as he attacked the paint.
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6 – Too far for the Dub
At the 1:42 mark, Uncle Drew’s ankle breaker gets him great separation off of Justin Holiday’s reach.
5 – Those Poor Pelicans
At the 0:27 mark of the video, Kyrie Irving does a masterful job freezing Jrue Holiday for the pull up jumper.
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4 – Twin Crosses
At the 1:19 mark, watch Uncle Drew do a twin crossover against the Twin Cities’ young duo of Zach Lavine and Gorgui Dieng.
3 – Three Time’s A Charm
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Kyrie Irving gave the swarming Hawks defense not one, not two, but three crosses on his way to the hoop for a strong drive and finish.
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2 – Poor Mr. Smith
Right from the get go, Jason Smith did not have the slightest chance on an in-the-groove Kyrie Irving whose criss-crosses Smith looking for answers.
1 – Served Sixer
Kyrie Irving shows no love for Akron native JaKarr Sampson as he left the hapless Sixer looking the other way.