Kyrie Irving played a sensational knock for his team Brooklyn Nets on Friday against Toronto Raptors. He especially dominated in the last few moments of the match and scored crucial points for the team, leading them to win with a final score of 119-116.
The Toronto’s were not leading until the very last moments of the match. The raptors were leading over but it was a moment of surprise for all of us when Irving went to knock the opponent’s defensive line and managed to escape with a few great sets of dribbles and rising a picture-perfect winner.
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Nets vs. Raptors: Kyrie Irving’s Redemption
It was a moment of thrill for the crowd at the stadium when Irving went for his 27-footer shot passing by his teammate and another NBA star Kevin Durant to break the 116-All tie between the Brooklyn vs Toronto. The match ended just after Irving delivered a promising shot to make the score 116-119.
The stadium was filled with a loud crowd of 19,800 and the experience on Friday’s game would have been worth the investment. Also, the Nets achieved their fifth consecutive win making it their ninth win out of their last ten matches.
Irving’s winning 3-pointer for the Brooklyn’s
The Nets attained 70% possession in the fourth quarter of the match that too came with the adrenaline rush from Kyrie. The score was well settled at 116-114 until when Toronto’s Scottie tied it with a 2 pointer.
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Now, the match was about to end in 15 seconds when the ball was in the hopeful hands of Irving. The man was bound to score in bare amount of time and he took a risky 3-pointer shot which ended up as a buzzer bonus for the Nets leading them to a thrilling victory over the Raptors.