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.

For the first time ever – The Raptors are in the NBA finals!

It wasn’t easy at first, but a 26:3 run in the second half helped the Raptors to win Milwaukee 100:94 in game 6 of the eastern conference finals and advance to the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.

Toronto managed to get to the finals for the first time ever in franchise history. Toronto have the home court advantage in this series and will host the Warriors Thursday night.

The Bucks opened the game strong and in the end of the first quarter they led 31:18. The Raptors fought back and the half time score was 50:43 for the guests.

Milwaukee led by as much as 15 when the clock showed 2 minutes left in the 3rd quarter, but 10:0 run led by Kawai Leonard in the last 2 minutes of the 3rd, cut down the lead to just 5 points.

From then on, the Raptors took the lead and finished the game strong.

Kawai scored 27 points, collected 17 rebounds and dished 7 assists and made history by carrying the team to its first final appearance ever.

The Golden State Warriors advanced to 5th straight finals

It was pretty obvious at the begging of the season after signing Demarcus Cousins, but things didn’t go their way throughout the season with many injuries and too many shocking loses.

Later in the post season, they lost Kevin Durant, arguably the best player in the world, and Demarcus Cousins, one of the best centers in the league.

Some reporters and sport analysts said it’s over for them after losing Durant in the series against Houston.

But then things started to click, and the Warriors went to beat the Rockets in 6 games, and swept Portland in the conference finals.

Curry was huge and had MVP like stats, Green was a defensive force and a triple double machine, and Klay provided lockdown defense and spacing the floor. They looked like the team that won 73 games 3 years ago, poetry in motion.

In my opinion, the absent of Durant and Cousins just showed the world that the Warriors is the best team in the world, and they can lose two all-stars to free agency but still be a force to reckon with.

Just INCREDIBLE!