Dance party: LBJ celebrates Irving’s game-winner with sideline dance

Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James watches in the final minute as Kyrie Irving hits a game-winning three.

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On Wednesday in Cleveland, it was the Kyrie Irving show.

Partly because LeBron James was sidelined with a sprained wrist, but mostly because Irving was absolutely on fire.

Irving had 55 points on 17-36 shooting and 11-19 from three in the Cavaliers 99-94 win over the Trail Blazers.

With just over five seconds left to go in the game, Irving drained the go-ahead three pointer and Mr. James just couldn’t contain his happiness on the sidelines.

He had to bust a few moves.

"Highest-paid cheerleader in Northeast Ohio?" Maybe. But with the show Kyrie put on Wednesday night, you can’t blame LeBron for loving every second of it.