Kyrie Irving somehow managed to shake Rodney McGruder, skip his way to the hoop, and deliver a gem of a reverse layup during tonight’s game against the Heat.

Here’s the understatement of the night: It was very athletic.

At the half, Irving had 15 points and teammate LeBron James had 16.

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But the first half belonged to emergent clutch superstar Dion Waiters, whose career-high 24 first-half points came from 10-12 shooting, 4-4 on three pointers. The Heat lead the Cavs 62-52.