Just finished reading a story. It needs to be taken with a grain of salt however due to where it came from, Kyrie's old city of Boston. Here is a link to that article:
Apparently he wasn't on board with the Steve Nash hire as previously reported, it was more of a Kevin Durant decision. Also, for what it's worth, the Rockets didn't want him either. Suppose that means the feeling is mutual on both sides if that is true. This marriage appears to be on a collision course for divorce between the Nets & Irving. After the thump we took over the head of giving away all those picks for James Harden, it'll probably be hard to recoup some of that back with trading Irving. Known around the league by now as a headcase, he's destroying his own value - and the Nets chances at a title. With our depth depleted & Dinwiddie out for the season, we are once again light at the point guard position.
I am unclear if it is a mental health issue with Kyrie or what. If it is, I hope he gets the help he needs & returns to form as soon as possible. If it's not and its just Kyrie being difficult because he didn't get his way, well, then I don't know of an employer in the world that pays millions of dollars to an employee only for them to call out of work for unspecified reasons for nearly 2 weeks and to be galivanting to birthday parties. Not only is it disrespectful to the organization, its disrespectful to his teammates & as well as his coaches and most importantly the fans. Sean Marks needs to stop playing Mr. Nice Guy and give Kyrie and ultimatum.
Show up for work, earn your paycheck and give the team 100% or void the contract and forfeit the millions of dollars the team paid for you to play for them. There are people out here struggling to keep their lights on and this guy pulls acts like this. DLO would never. I'm just about done with Kyrie Irving ladies and gentlemen. It's only a matter of time before his teammates are too.