Kyrie Irving probably secured his spot atop the NBA draft when he went to Cleveland and beat his future coach in a shooting contest. Yet even surrounded by family and friends from his nearby hometown, Irving couldn't relax Thursday night. "When David Stern came up there and said that the Cleveland Cavaliers have five more minutes on the clock, that felt like the longest five minutes of my life," Irving said. There was no chance the Cavs would deal Irving, confident his foot is healthy enough to lead the rebuilding effort that follows LeBron James' departure and no doubt impressed when the Duke point guard beat Cavs coach Byron Scott in a shooting contest during his workout. Still, even with the selection, Scott has previously said that Baron Davis will remain his starter in 2011-12.
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Davis has company in IrvingPosted in Fantasy Basketball by DoubleDribble 182 days ago (http://feeds.cbssports.com)
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