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Boston point guard Kyrie Irving, who the Cavs traded to the Celtics during the summer, missed a three-pointer that would've tied the game as time expired.
Cleveland superstar LeBron James, who defended Irving on the final shot, reached out to the 25-year-old after the horn sounded, and the two engaged in a handshake familiar to fans used to watching both men play home games at the Q.
Other members of the Cavs also hugged Irving following the contest.