Kyrie Irving Does Awesome Bane Impression, Sings on 'The Pete Holmes Show'

By Connor Muldowney
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Everyone knows that Kyrie Irving is one of the best players in the NBA. In fact, the Cleveland Cavaliers‘ point guard took home the 2014 NBA All-Star Game MVP award and he has been one of the most impressive young players in the league. Although rumors had been circulating that he wanted out of Cleveland, he is still playing his heart out night in and night out.

It could be argued that Irving is the best point guard in the league, but many would give that honor to Chris Paul. However, the Cavs’ point guard is having a career-year in 2013-14, racking up 21.4 points and 6.3 assists per contest while grabbing 3.3 rebounds and swiping passes 1.3 times per game.

Well, Kyrie isn’t just a superstar on the court, he seems to be a pretty awesome dude off the court as well. Refer back to his time in Africa, teaching young students to dance during an overseas visit — or what about his time as “Uncle Drew”, basically Kyrie dressed up as an old man who schools unsuspecting street-ballers.

Now, it seems like Irving can contribute some laughs via his singing skills as well as his on-point Bane impressions that he recently showed off on ‘The Pete Holmes Show’.

As you can see, his Bane impression is pretty spot-on. Also, his singing skills were lightly shown off, but you know he has more in the tank.

I don’t think I have ever seen this side of Irving, but I must say I’m a fan. This whole clip provided laughs galore.

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