By the numbers, a look at Kyrie Irving’s record setting night for the Cavs in the 99-94 win over Portland, the teams 8th win in a row:
Scored a career high 55 points.
The 55 points are a Quicken Loans Arena single game scoring record. (Allen Iverson 54 points)
Second most points scored by a Cavaliers player in team history. (LeBron James 56 points)
Cavs franchise record 11 made three point field goals in a single game. (C.J. Miles 10)
Irving was 11-19 on three point field goals and 10-10 from the free throw line.
Points by quarter – 1st quarter (12pts), 2nd quarter (16pts), 3rd quarter (11pts) and 4th quarter (16pts).
Points by half – 1st half (28pts) and 2nd half (27pts).
Kyrie scored 24 of Cleveland’s final 28 points and 16 of the Cavs’ 20 in the fourth quarter.(Thanks ESPN.com)
Kyrie scored 56% of the Cavaliers points, 55 of 99.
Kyrie scored 55 points in just 39 minutes.
Kyrie missed his first 7 field goal attempts and then made 17 of his next 29 field goal attempts.
Kyrie was 11 of 19 on 3-point field goals, 6 of 17 on 2-point field goals and 10 for 10 on free throws.
Irving with 93 points in the last two games in 24 hours. (38pts) vs Detroit and (55pts) vs Portland.