If you read one thing all day, make sure it is this article by Jackie MacMullan on ESPN.com. It is truly unbelievable.
The father swears it was the son who saw it all coming, who wrote down "GOAL: PLAY IN THE NBA" on a slip of paper when he was in the fourth grade and pulled it out whenever someone doubted that a spindly high school freshman barely 5-foot-8 could ever make it to the pros.
Drederick Irving was Kyrie's measuring stick. Each summer he'd line up against the mark in their home, recording his father's 6-foot-4 frame.
"I want to be bigger than you," Kyrie told his dad.
"You will be," his father promised.