Kyrie Irving’s bold move to leave LeBron, Cavs is working out well for him, Celtics

As has been the case on so many nights in the past few years, Friday in the NBA was dominated by LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. This time, however, the two weren’t doing it together. 

Everyone knows the background to the story — Irving forcing his way out of Cleveland in the summer and eventually being traded to the Celtics — already, but how is the aftermath playing out for Irving? Well, as it turns out, things are going pretty well after his bold move. At least for Irving and Boston.

Through nearly three weeks of the season, Irving’s Celtics are riding a seven-game winning streak, and boast a league-best 7-2 record. Despite losing Gordon Hayward for the season on opening night, the Celtics have regrouped, thanks in large parts to a stout defense, but also from Irving’s play, especially late in games. 

On a night where his former teammate delivered a dynamite performance the Cavaliers desperately needed, finishing with 57 points, 11 rebounds, and seven assists in a statement victory over the Wizards, Irving showed he’s still capable of leading a

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