(AP) — After just one NBA game, Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving realizes he has a lot to learn about what’s needed to achieve success in the professional ranks.
With a rotation that’s also full of youth, the same can be said for the Detroit Pistons.
Set to play his first game on the road, Irving leads the Cavaliers into the Palace of Auburn Hills to meet the Pistons on Wednesday night.
Selected first overall in last summer’s draft after playing just 11 games as a freshman at Duke, the 19-year-old Irving is expected to be a key figure as the Cavaliers continue to rebuild.
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