Looks like Kyrie Irving isn’t going to get the red carpet treatment on his way out of Boston.
Celtics GM Had this to say when talking about why it’s important to have players on the team who are good people.
“I think it just makes life more enjoyable when everybody is humble, hardworking, and will play any role they have to help the team succeed,” Ainge said via Complex. “You do have to have a certain amount of talent to win in our league, as we all know, but good people makes coming to work more fun.”
Danny Ainge explains why it’s important to have players on the team who are good people pic.twitter.com/hfxqZGIIUp
— Celtics on NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSCeltics) June 24, 2019
Of course everyone pretty much interpreted that as a shot at Kyrie.
— Herminio Alicea (@TheInfamous9) June 24, 2019
— jeremy harlen (@jharlen00) June 24, 2019
— Jean Friend (@JeanFriend) June 24, 2019
Ainge really throwing this shade after dealing for Kyrie Irving, knowing full well, Irving requested a trade so he could, “be the man.” Smh https://t.co/dzBNeKvJs5
— Josh Eberley 🇨🇦 (@JoshEberley) June 24, 2019
There’s no doubt Kyrie is gone. Supposedly he wasn’t a fan of living in Boston.
“I’ve been told this by many people: He didn’t like living in Boston,” MacMullan said. “He just didn’t. By the end, he had issues with Brad (Stevens). By the end he had issues with Danny (Ainge). By the end he had issues with pretty much all of us.”
Parting shots are always the best kind of shots, no?
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