Kyrie Irving admits he felt ‘very UNRESPECTED’ at the Brooklyn Nets
Kyrie Irving says he feels “really wanted” by the Dallas Mavericks and admits he felt “very UNRESPECTED” by the Brooklyn Nets
Kyrie Irving has admitted he felt “very disrespected” during his career with the Brooklyn Nets.
During his introductory press conference with the Mavs, Irving revealed he feels “really wanted” by Dallas, who secured the eight-time All-Star in a trade Monday.
Irving endured several controversies while working with the Brooklyn franchise, including the anti-Semitic saga after posting a link to a controversial Amazon documentary and missing several games after refusing the COVID vaccine.
“During this process, there were times when I felt very disrespected in Brooklyn,” Irving said.
“Nobody ever talks about my work ethic. Everyone’s talking about what I’m doing off the floor. I just want to change that narrative.’
Kyrie Irving endured several controversies during his four seasons with the Brooklyn Nets
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