“In a video game yes, in real life no, the best ability is availability”: NBA Twitter reacts to reports of Kyrie Irving asking for a 5-year $248M max deal

According to NBA Insider Brian Windhorst, Nets guard Kyrie Irving could ask for a 5-year $248M extension, sending social media into a tizzy.

Controversy’s favorite child, Kyrie Irving, continues to dominate the headlines despite the Brooklyn Nets getting swept 4-0 in the first round of the playoffs. The former champion has made more noise off the court than his performances on the hardwood lately.

Irving’s anti-vaccination campaign is something the NBA had never witnessed. The superstar had refused to budge from his stance, with the Nets initially refusing to allow him on a part-time basis but overturning the decision later.

Over the years, the seven-time All-Star has gained the reputation of being unprofessional and selfish. In his three seasons with the Nets so far, Irving has played 103 of the 226 games. In some cases, Irving would announce his absence from a game only a few hours before the tip-off.

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Thus with reports of Irving possibly getting a $248M contract, NBA Twitter couldn’t keep calm with this news, considering Uncle Drew’s history with controversies.

NBA Twitter reacts to reports of Kyrie Irving’s alleged 5-year $248M max deal.

There is no denying that Irving is one of the most skilled players to ever step on the NBA hardwood. However, his erratic ways of functioning have made him the ideal villain for many. His unprofessional nature and absenteeism continue to keep him in the news.

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Well, there is no denying that Irving is worth every penny talent-wise. However, his availability continues to be a restraint.

 



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