Kyrie Irving was in Atlanta on Sunday.
It’s not what you think.
The Cavaliers’ All-Star point guard, who recently requested a trade, was part of the championship winning team in the Atlanta Entertainment Basketball League on Sunday.
Irving was joined by fellow NBA players Lou Williams and Iman Shumpert in a 104-102 overtime victory over The Skill Factory in the pro-am summer league.
Williams, the South Gwinnett High product and current Clipper, has been an AEBL regular over the past several years.
A clean-shaven Irving can be seen in the above photo, back center, raising his index finger in the No. 1 sign.
The Skill Factory featured NBA players and former Hawks Shelvin Mack and Mike Scott.
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