Kay Felder is learning about life on I-77 and it’s been going pretty well so far.
That’s especially the case when Cavaliers rookie point guard heads south to play for the Canton Charge.
The Charge are the Cavs’ D-League affiliate, and they are again using it to keep Felder moving, confident and growing.
Felder was assigned to the Charge on Friday and scored 32 points. He returned to the Cavs on Saturday, when he played a few minutes in a loss to Chicago.
Then Felder was re-assigned to the Charge on Sunday — this time scoring 30 points in a 105-88 dismantling of the Maine Red Claws.
Felder is 5-foot-9 and got to put up 22 shots (he made 11) against Maine, and he got the chance to run a pro team.
That type of experience should only benefit him as he continues to learn behind Kyrie Irving (and from the sounds of things, Deron Williams) with the Cavaliers.
Watch highlights of Felder’s performance vs. Maine below: