Watch Kyrie Irving break Stephen Curry's ankles ... again

BY foxsports • June 10, 2016

Kyrie Irving was on fire once again Friday night, scorching up the box score in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.

The Cavaliers point guard shook up the reigning two-time NBA MVP, albeit temporarily, with a nasty crossover in the third quarter of Friday night's game.

Irving put his ankle-breaking moves on Curry, leaving Steph high and dry as he drilled a jumper to put the Cavaliers up 69-64.

It was also the second time this series that Irving had Curry looking weak in the knees with his crossover game.

While Irving had a tremendous game, scoring his career postseason high of 34 points, it wasn't enough to fend off the feisty Warriors, who fought back in the fourth quarter for the win.

Curry, who finally returned to MVP form after disappearing for the first three games of the series, went 7 of 13 from beyond the arc and finished with 38 total points.



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