Kyrie Irving's tenure in Cleveland was full of ups and downs.

He landed on a team that had lost its biggest figures just a year

before making it to the league, taking a bigger burden after

LeBron James joined the Miami Heat. It was not an easy task,

but Irving did his best to at least bring hope to Cleveland during those years.

In 2014, LeBron James returned to the team, making him an

immediate contender for the championship. Along with James and Irving, 

the Cavs fielded Kevin Love from the Minnesota Timberwolves,

going on to four consecutive NBA Finals, winning a championship in the process.