Report: Kyrie Irving doesn't like living in Boston




 

Has Kyrie Irving been in contact with the Boston Celtics about his free agency? We have reports that say that Irving has "ghosted" the Celtics… and of course we have counter reports that say just the opposite.

It's hard to believe anything that swirls around Irving, one of the more enigmatic and tiring personalities in the NBA. At the very least, Irving has appeared to send signals that he is looking to sign with the Brooklyn Nets. Chief among them being that Irving recently fired his longtime representation and signed with Roc Nation, which has a close partnership with the Brooklyn front office.

Boston has had a hard time getting free agents to come to play for the franchise, and that's before they had a standing beef with Klutch Sports. According to ESPN's Jackie MacMullan, one of our Irving's problems with the Celtics was that he simply didn't like living in Boston.

Via ESPN:

We have heard rumors that things started to go wrong in the Celtics locker room when coach Brad Stevens seemed to openly favor injured star Gordon Hayward a bit too heavily (Hayward played for Stevens at Butler in college).

Meanwhile, Danny Ainge has the propensity to rub folks the wrong way. He makes whatever decision he thinks is the best from a basketball perspective, relationships be damned. We learned that with the Isaiah Thomas trade.

At this juncture it seems unlikely that Irving will return to the Celtics. Meanwhile, we will probably continue to get stories like this out of Boston.

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