Kyrie becomes 9th NBA player to join 50-40-90 club
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Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving joined some exclusive company after Sunday's 123-109 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The 2011 No. 1 overall pick became the ninth player in NBA history to join the famed 50-40-90 club. Irving shot 50.6% from the field, 40.2% from deep, and 90.2% from the charity stripe over 54 appearances in 2020-21.

"Phenomenal season from Ky," his Nets co-star Kevin Durant said postgame, according to ESPN's Malika Andrews. "He's a guy who can get it from anywhere on the floor at any time at that size is remarkable. Point guards that get 50-40-90 is just so much more impressive to me. I'm very happy for Kyrie, and I'm sure this won't be his last time."

The seven-time All-Star is the first NBA player to reach the elusive threshold since Malcolm Brogdon in 2018-19. Two-time WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne also accomplished the feat two years ago.

Player Season accomplished
Larry Bird 1986-87
Larry Bird 1987-88
Mark Price 1988-89
Reggie Miller 1993-94
Steve Nash 2005-06
Dirk Nowitzki 2006-07
Steve Nash 2007-08
Steve Nash 2008-09
Steve Nash 2009-10
Kevin Durant 2012-13
Stephen Curry 2015-16
Malcolm Brogdon 2018-19
Elena Delle Donne 2019
Kyrie Irving 2020-21

Irving finished with 17 points, six boards, three steals, three blocks, and two assists in the Nets' regular-season finale.

Brooklyn also secured the East's No. 2 seed with Sunday's victory.

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