Over the past month, we have seen Kyrie Irving put up a triple-double in his Drew League debut and win MVP at the More Than A Run event. But it was ten years ago today when we saw our favorite Pro-Am performance from Kyrie.
On August 16th of 2013, Uncle Drew, Uncle Jeff Green and Tony Wroten visited a packed house at Seattle Pacific University to play in Jamal Crawford's Seattle Pro-Am, now known as the Crawsover Pro-Am. A week before this weekend, Kevin Durant dropped 63 points in his first return to Seattle since the Sonics left the city, so the Cavs All-Star had a tough act to follow in his debut. As expected, he put on a mixtape worthy performance: 32 points (13-30 FG), 11 assists, and even threw down a surprising dunk in a 127-118 victory. But the highlight of the night was this Shammgod.
Former Sonic Jeff Green scored 20 and Tony Wroten had a monster night with 44 points, 13 rebounds and 8 assists.
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TRIPLE-DOUBLE IN HIS DREW LEAGUE DEBUT
42 POINTS AND MVP AWARD AT MORE THAN A RUN CLASSIC
39 POINTS IN ATLANTA PRO-AM CHAMPIONSHIP
RICO HINES PRIVATE RUN
11 MINUTES OF KYRIE HIGHLIGHTS