Kyrie Irving From the Brooklyn Nets, the PlayOff series against his ex-Club Boston Celtics was additionally fueled in play one.
The 30-year-old Point Guard had rely on the fans in Boston in the opening part, which lost the Nets at the last second with 114: 115 and also showed them the middle finger. He gave the fans “the same energy given as they me,” said Irving, who converted his emotions into 39 points.
“It’s not every fan, I do not want to attack all Boston fans,” Irving said, who has been regularly craving by the Celtics fans since his move to Brooklyn in 2019. But if fans were ongoing, he could only plug that up to a certain border. “We are those who are expected to be gentle and humble – shit on it, it’s the playoffs.”
Next punishment threatens
Irving had missed great parts of the season because he was not vaccinated against the coronavirus. Only in January he was able to give his season debut, but was allowed to rise only outwards. Because he confrished a fan of his other former club Cleveland Cavaliers and stayed in the cabin in a home game, Irving had to pay two high fines. Now he threatens another one.
Netsy, the four-time all star meanwhile shines in his previous season games. With 60 points at the 150: 108 in March at the Orlando Magic, he set up a personal and historical franchise record as well as ligonite seasonal best value. Since the end of March, Irving may also participate again in the US state of New York, so that he can be in the playoffs in all games.