Kyrie Irving struggled from the field in the Celtics’ 113-101 defeat in Game 4 against the Bucks on Monday, making just 7-of-22 attempts as Milwaukee took a 3–1 series lead. But Irving didn’t seem concerned with his shot selection postgame.
“I’m trying to do it all. For me, 22 shots, I should have shot 30,” Irving told reporters.
Kyrie: “I’m trying to do it all. For me, 22 shots, I should have shot 30.”
— Adam Himmelsbach (@AdamHimmelsbach) May 7, 2019
He also responded with a “Who Cares” when asked about his poor shooting over the last three games.
Kyrie Irving Don’t Care 🤦🏻♂️😂 pic.twitter.com/hbMfGglbUy
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) May 7, 2019
Irving has struggled mightily against the Bucks. He’s shooting just 36.9% from the field in the series, down from his 48.7% mark in the regular season.
Irving has made just 6 of 25 threes against Milwaukee.
Kyrie left Cleveland because he wanted to prove he can lead his own team.
All he’s proven is that his team is better off without him.
The Bucks will look to advance to the Eastern Conference semifinals on Wednesday night in Game 5. Tip-off from the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee is slated for 8 p.m. ET.
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