Kyrie Irving is one of the best point guards in the world, and the Brooklyn Nets have a real chance to stun some people in the NBA playoffs now that he can play games in New York. The Nets faced their crosstown rivals, the New York Knicks, last night, and despite being down by 21 points, the Nets were able to rally and win the game thanks to Kyrie and Kevin Durant’s heroics.
There was an awful encounter between Kyrie and a supporter while the team was losing. One individual in particular kept heckling Kyrie, prompting the point guard to go into the stands and confront him. While all of this was fine and dandy, Kyrie had the wrong person.
I think I tapped the wrong person, so I apologize to the random guy that I tapped. He looked at me with a big surprise on his face. Somebody said something. I was just fed up with our performance.
Kyrie Irving and the Brooklyn Nets are about to get serious. A wild season that saw Irving miss a ton of games due to his refusal to be vaccinated against COVID-19 has met the team with mixed success. Kyrie Irving is currently laser-focused on success in the second half of the season.
Kyrie won the game in the end, and it was a key one at that. The Nets are now one game away from clinching the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, which would give them a good chance of going all the way. Stay tuned to Thirsty for latest updates from the Basketball world.
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