Kyrie Irving Will Probably Move To The Brooklyn Nets

The amazing point guard might leave Boston and move to the Nets.

The NBA season is coming to an end (Toronto leads 2:1 over the Golden State Warriors), and with it the rumors starts spreading all over the place.

Kyrie is considered as one of the biggest free agents this summer and few reports says he already picked Brooklyn to be his next destination.

ESPN reporter Stephen A. Smith said – “I have learned that Kyrie Irving has given every indication to the Brooklyn Nets that that is where he wants to go, not the New York Knicks” 

Nets all star point guard, D’angelo Russell said to The Post– “It’s the waiting game as far as chess moves have to be made. … There’s a lot of big fish out there that have to find their destinations so I think I’ll [fall in line after that] … So whenever that times comes that I have decisions to make on my own, I think I’ll be well ready for it.”

The Nets might consider pairing Russell and Kyrie in the backcourt. Kevin Boyle, who coached both guards said it will “1,000 percent” work.

Unknown Player from the Celtics Said ‘He’s Hard to Play With. It’s All About Him’ About Kyrie Irving

The Boston Celtics were defeated by the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday and are out of the playoff despite high hopes at the beginning of the season. Celtics’ Irving looked bad on the court in the last 3 games of the series (Out of 5).

His stats look pretty solid – he averaged 20.4 points and 6.4 assists per game in the eastern conference semifinals, but was inefficient and shot 35.6% from the field and under 22% from 3. In this series we saw a different Kyrie, one we didn’t think exists. Can he lead a team? What other players think of him?

Irving, a 6-time all-star, is a free agent this summer and rumors spread all over last season about his future. One unknown player shared with Stadium’s Jeff Goodman his opinion about Kyrie “Everyone respects his talent… But he’s hard to play with. It’s all about him.”

One player that is on Kyrie’s side, Marcus Smart, and he doesn’t blame the all-star for the early exit from the playoff. Smart said – “That’s bullshit. Not one of us on this team know what Kyrie’s been through…It was hard for him as well… He had to come into a situation knowing that this is a group of guys that had something going before [he came] here.”

In the summer of 2017, after losing in the Finals to the Golden State Warriors, Kyrie demanded a trade from the Cavs and was traded to Boston. He wanted to lead a team and he knew that with Lebron on the roster, this will be impossible. It seems like maybe Kyrie should be the second option behind a superstar in order to get the best out of a situation.

We just need to wait for July in order to see where he is headed. Will he stay in Boston? Would he reunite with Lebron in L.A?