CLEVELAND, Ohio — A fearless Kyrie Irving led the Cavs past the Kings Sunday night in the final seconds of the game, giving Cleveland the 93-92 win over Sacramento.
With six seconds left in the fourth quarter, forward DeMarcus Cousins went for an easy layup to give the Kings a 1-point lead.
Then, with two seconds left on the clock, Irving got the ball, drove the lane and was fouled. That sent him to the line with less than a second left in the game.
Irving was nothing but net on both three throws and the Cavs pulled out the win.
*FOX 8 Sports contributed to this report.