Published: Fri, October 13, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Kyrie Irving Rips Cleveland as a Sports City, Already Loves Boston

Kyrie Irving Rips Cleveland as a Sports City, Already Loves Boston

Now he's dissing Cleveland, the city, which. An offseason that Kyrie spent pushing for a trade (which he eventually got) all but ensured he won't get a warm welcome back, and this little jab won't help things, either.

The All-Star point guard grew up in New Jersey, and is excited to be living on the East Coast again. "You get it all, especially in Boston", Irving told reporters. "It's fast-paced. A lot of different cultures, food, and people". And then you move to the East Coast - into Boston - and it's so real [and] alive.

No matter Irving's intention with these recent comments, they will surely give fans another reason to heckle him Tuesday night in his first and only scheduled trip to Cleveland - unless the two teams meet in a spicy postseason series. According to Gary Washubrn of the Boston Globe, Irving sees Boston as a much more lively and active city than Cleveland.

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On Thursday, DJ Dunson of Yahoo Sports passed along comments Miller made on an National Basketball Association on TNT media call about Irving's reaction to getting dealt from the Cleveland Cavaliers.

While Cleveland has not had the success Boston has had across all major sports, it still has three major sports teams, and the only one of the major leagues not represented is the NHL.

Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving will be playing the first game of his career with a franchise other than the Cleveland Cavaliers on October 17.

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