That is just not fair.
Kyrie Irving was leading the charge for Cleveland Friday — he had a team high 23 points — and along the way showed off some of the best handles in the game. The man can get to the rim and make a defender look foolish in the process. Or three defenders, as may be needed. And that first guy was Patrick Beverley, one of the better defensive point guards in the game.
The Cavaliers handled the Rockets just about as easily, 91-77, behind Irving and 19 from LeBron James.