Kyrie Irving is one of the most talented players NBA history.
But even on the court, some of his past actions have made him an enemy on NBA television.
Interestingly, he has entered into a never-ending feud with Stephen A. Smith, and both of them shoot each other repeatedly.
That’s why Kyrie seems to want to end the situation by letting Smith know he doesn’t want him talking about him at all, plain and simple.
.@stephenasmith based on Kyrie’s recent comments about him in free agency 👀
“With respect, to Kyrie Irving, who doesn’t want us to talk about him, not playing basketball. We talk about basketball. … He seems to be the only person who would be upset about it.” pic.twitter.com/jCh7z9at6b
– Get Up (@GetUpESPN) May 26, 2023
Smith responded by telling him to stop playing basketball, because he’s going to talk about hoops and he’s a basketball player.
Needless to say, NBA fans had a lot to say about this, many of them calling for Smith to make himself known.
Get your name out of your mouth 🤡
– We deserve a refund, free John (@Bellstringer42) May 26, 2023
Stephen A is getting worse by the day, make JJ Reddick the showrunner
– Zeus (@notrllyZeus) May 26, 2023
You’re talking about drama, we’re still in the playoffs and we don’t care about free agency right now.
– 🦁$IMB2A🏴☠️ (@GALSENFREAK91) May 26, 2023
Everything about this clip was great until he made it himself 🤦🏿♂️ AS SUAL
– King of Pisces 👑 🦈 ♓️ (@the_holloway) May 26, 2023
Smith says he only talks about Kyrie Irving for his presence at the Los Angeles Lakers, adding that Irving’s free agency could change the dynamic in the league and praising him as a smart, good person and a great ball player. a football player.
Irving has been the talk of the town many times around NBA arenas, and he has done nothing to stop it, often in the face of controversy.
However, Smith has a long history of controversy, and has publicly admitted that he had issues with Kyrie and his father in the past, so fans may not want to hear him talk about Kyrie after all he’s been through. over the past few years.
Stephen A. Smith Responds to Kyrie Irving’s Comments About Free Agency