Kyrie Irving liked the idea of actually having great players on his team for once and made the most of his NBA All-Star appearance. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ point guard was named MVP of the All-Star Game on Sunday night after scoring 31 points and piling on 14 assists. Irving helped the East rally from an 18-point deficit in the second half to lead them to a 163-155 victory over the West. Irving took 17 shots and amazingly only missed three, all from beyond the three-point arc. The 21-year-old embraced playing with better players who he could actually pass to, instead of his dismal 20-33 Cavaliers roster. “It was definitely special, just being out there with all these great athletes,” Irving said. “There’s so many different MVPs out there on that floor, and to be named MVP amongst all those great stars is truly an honor.”