In college, Irving played for the Duke Blue Devils and opted to leave college early to enter the 2011 NBA draft. He was chosen as the No. 1 draft pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers. In his rookie year, Irving has made great accomplishments: He helped the Cavs win several games, averaging 19 points, five assists and three rebounds; and he was chosen to participate in the 2012 Rookie All-Star game.
With Irving playing point guard for Cavs, the team has a bright future and a great chance at winning the title in the near future with all of our players in place. I believe with Irving, the sky is the limit!
Now tell me what you think.
What should the Browns do with their number four pick? Should they trade or draft? Trade for what? If they choose to draft, who?
Do you think the Cleveland Cavaliers should have traded Ramon Sessions? If yes why, if no why not.
Article by Christian Clark, an eighth-grade student in Cleveland and coach of the Suns basketball team, ages 8-11, at Zelma George Recreation Center, 3155 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.