(Cleveland) - Cavs guard Kyrie Irving has been on a roll averaging nearly 36 points a game in the Cavs 3 game winning streak.

Irving's long 3 with less than a second to play gave the Cavs a 99-98 win over Toronto, Saturday night.

Last Thursday the 20 year old was named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team becoming the 6th youngest ever named to play in the game.

Irving could go from a reserve to the starting poing guard, as the Celtics, Rajon Rondo tore the ACL in his knee and is headed for season ending knee surgery.

It'll be East Coach, Eric Spoelstra's call as to who will start the game and it appears the decision will be, between Kyrie and the Sixers Jrue Holiday. Irving (24.3) is 6th in the NBA in scoring.

The Cavs host Golden State at the Q Tuesday at 7p.

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