Kyrie Irving and Cleveland Cavaliers try to sing Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You'
Kyrie Irving and his fellow Cleveland Cavaliers teammates have been making the most of some down time.
But their choice of entertainment might not be quite what most expect of the professional basketballers from the US.
Video has emerged of the US basketball players taking turns to belt out Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You as they enjoyed their spot at the top of the Eastern Conference.
While Irving, point guard for the Cavaliers, seemed to do a reasonable job of hitting the right notes, some of his team members weren't quite in tune.
Their ability to win on court, including a recent winning streak, seems better than their efforts behind the microphone.
In their last game, the Cavaliers defeated the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday (US time) 113-104.
Highlights from the game included Kyle Korver scored 22 points off the bench for Cleveland, becoming the seventh player in NBA history to make 2000 three-pointers.
LeBron James scored 31 points for his 13th 30-point game of the season, and Kyrie Irving scored 26 and passed for seven assists for Cleveland.
They have a week-long break before they face the New York Knicks on Thursday, February 25 (US time).