Kyrie Andrew Irving was born in 1992 in Melbourne, Australia. His father, Drederick, was playing professional ball in Australia for the Bulleen Boomers when Kyrie was born. Before the Boomers, Drederick played college ball for Boston University, where they retired his jersey. Kyrie holds dual citizenship in both Australia and the United States. His godfather is former NBA player Rod Strickland. Irving his high school ball in New Jersey, starting with two seasons at Montclair Kimberley Academy before transferring to St. Patrick High School. After his senior season at St. Patrick, Irving was named a McDonald's All-American and a First Team All-American by Parade Magazine and USA Today. During his pro career, Irving took on the role of "Uncle Drew" for soda advertisements and an eventual movie that was filled with NBA stars. His favorite book is "Catcher in the Rye." Fans can follow the exciting point guard on both Twitter and Instagram @KyrieIrving.