5. Quite simply, just a nice finish after a turnover by The Truth.
4. Irving’s lob against Atlanta could have brought down rain, but instead Alonzo Gee fell from the sky for the finish.
3. Irving had a solid three games against Detroit with 20.3 points, 6 boards and 7 assists per game. I loved watching him face off with Brandon Knight, and the matchup was the only saving grace of the entire series. What’s great about this play, though, is how Irving still slices through it all despite the whole sequence looking like a Jackson Pollock spatter painting.
2. The Thunder haven’t been made to look foolish often this season, but this was one, courtesy of Irving’s ball fake and crossover.
1. Topping the list is his crossover of Iman Shumpert , a fellow rookie who locks up opponents on the defensive end regularly, at MSG.
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