sny.tv – NEW YORK — When Kyrie Irving hit the decisive three-point shot in Game 7 of the NBA Finals that helped cement the first NBA championship for the Cleveland Cavaliers, more than 30 former players from his alma mater cheered wildly at the home of Elizabeth (N.J.) St. Patrick’s principal Chris Chavannes.
Irving’s bond to St. Patrick’s — now officially The Patrick School — runs deep. And in more ways than one.
Not only is Irving a newly minted NBA champion who serves as a role model for all present and past St. Pat’s kids, but he’s also helping to keep the tiny Catholic school of 110 students afloat financially.
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