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“Go to hell, Kairi.” In Boston they want revenge on the former superstar of the scandal

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 08:23:10

“Go to hell, Kairi.” In Boston they want revenge on the former superstar of the scandal

Nikita Biryukov May 28, 2024, 16:45 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

Fans expected miracles from Irving, but he simply squandered them.

Boston is so confident that Dallas will reach the NBA Finals that it is even starting psychological warfare in advance against a former player, Kyrie Irving, who is now enjoying his time with the Texas club. What did Uncle Drew do wrong to Celtic fans and why we will most likely face an incredibly exciting confrontation in the most important series of the season, where clubs from the Eastern and Western conferences will compete for the trophy of the championship?

Kyrie Irving’s time in Boston was, to put it mildly, unsuccessful. The point guard said goodbye to Cleveland to get out of the shadow of the great and terrible LeBron James, but he didn’t do very well. Kyrie shined in the regular season for two seasons, but in the playoffs he was a pale shadow of himself. Of note, Irving missed the 2018 playoffs, and the Celts reached the East finals, where they lost to Cleveland in seven games, led by the King, and the following year, when Kyrie was healthy, they lost in the second. Milwaukee Bucks round.

Boston is waiting for an opponent!

Boston is ready for the NBA championship! The Celts have waited 16 years, but it will not be an easy road.

What is much more important for Boston fans is that Kyrie, at one of the team’s events in a stadium full of Celtic fans, said he was going to renew his contract with the club, but in the end requested a trade. and he moved to Brooklyn. It is evident that the act is not something for which a person can be respected. Irving left the Celts with a scandal and did not leave the best mark on the team’s history.

Then came the not-so-successful stretch in Brooklyn, where Kyrie did crazy things. He fought with the owners, refused to get vaccinated so he could play on the team. Talk of a flat Earth and various shamanic rituals inside and outside the ground: all this is already behind us. In Dallas, Irving seemed to reset and transform from a loud superstar to an NBA superstar without labels. He plays second fiddle very well, as he did in Cleveland, and sometimes gives mind-blowing performances better than Luka Doncic. Kyrie began to play and give his best on defense, something that had not been particularly observed in him before.

Boston beat Indiana 4-0 and reached the NBA final for the first time in the current playoffs. The Celtic fans could not contain their emotion after such a joyful event. On the streets of Massachusetts, they remembered Kyrie, who will likely join Boston in the final series of the season, as Dallas completely demolishes Minnesota, led by Anthony Edwards.

Celtic fans have yet to forgive Kyrie for that act and are unlikely to ever forgive him. But former Boston player and 2008 champion Kendrick Perkins said the right thing: “Okay, boo him, do whatever you want. But please leave him alone. We know they will boo him. But don’t go too far, for example, when someone is kicked out of the arena for this. Leave him alone. I’m telling you, it’s the best for you. Leave the man alone.”

Perkins is right, first of all, that this can only spur Kyrie on. The Dallas point guard is completely different than he was before. Now Irving remains unstoppable on offense, but he also holds up perfectly against Anthony Edwards, who before the series with the Mavericks did whatever he wanted with his opponents. Therefore, Boston fans should be careful not to put their faith in Uncle Drew, as Edwards did previously when he said he would shut down one of the Hobos’ leaders. So far it’s more or less working. Unless a miracle happens and Minnesota recovers from 0-3, we’re in for a series with incredibly intriguing openings.

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