Kyrie Irving’s 54 points in the Brooklyn Nets’ wire-to-wire win over the Chicago Bulls etches the point guard in franchise history.
When Kyrie Irving is locked in, there’s no way to stop him. Such was the case on Friday night when the Brooklyn Nets hosted the Chicago Bulls. Irving became the first player in franchise history to record multiple 50-point games in a season.
Kyrie Irving becomes the first Net to have two 50-point games in a season. Unreal performance pic.twitter.com/O6buJ9jCCo
— Danny Small (@dwsmall8) February 1, 2020
It didn’t matter where he was on the floor, he was finding the bottom of the net.