No silence from Kyrie Irving.
The Nets star appeared to criticize NBA insider Ric Bucher on Friday, amid questions concerning his future that have abounded this offseason.
After deciding to opt-in for one year at $AUD51 million with Brooklyn this summer, Bucher said on his “On the Ball” podcast that Irving had certain requirements for his next contract.
By quickly removing a maximum extension from the table, [Nets owner] Joe Tsai has shown his willingness to play hardball with Kyrie, according to Bucher.
“Kyrie might have contributed to some of that, now.
He supposedly referred to having to play back-to-back games as being barbaric, therefore I’m told he wanted his new deal to ensure he wouldn’t have to play more than 60 games in a season.
A GIF of a baseball player donning his cap was Irving’s response to a tweet citing his alleged demands, implying that Bucher was “cap
About the Tweets
The 30-year-old, whose agent refuted a Post report last week that he detested Nets general manager Sean Marks and head coach Steve Nash, then appeared to take a jab at the media.
Meet me on one of my platforms and let’s chop it up when you’re ready to break free from the media’s hold over your unconscious ideas and emotions, he tweeted.
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Numerous recent problems in Brooklyn have been centered on or near Irving.
As a result of regional and Canadian vaccination regulations, the guard missed a major portion of the 2021–22 campaign. James Harden, an All-Star, reportedly requested a trade from the Nets as a result.
Kevin Durant, Irving’s teammate, reportedly told Tsai to either fire Marks and Nash or trade him after his name started to surface in trade speculations, particularly those involving the Lakers and LeBron James.
The Brooklyn Nets’ general manager Sean Marks announced that Kyrie Irving would be ineligible to play or practice with the team until he was vaccinated. In 2022, Irving made his season debut, recording 22 points, three rebounds, and four assists in a 129–121 victory over the Indiana Pacers. Kyrie Irving became the second guard in NBA history who would have multiple 50-point games while shooting 75 percent from the floor. In Game 1 of the first round of the playoffs, he scored a game-high 39 points against the Boston Celtics.
ping” or “lying” and that Irving was responding.