Published: Sat, December 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Kenny Atkinson: Kyrie Irving out at least two more games

Kenny Atkinson: Kyrie Irving out at least two more games

Irving also sat out a November 29 (Nov. 30, PHL time) win against the Celtics and a December 1 (Dec. 2, PHL time) loss to the Miami Heat.

Wednesday's game will be the first of four meetings between the two Eastern Conference opponents.

"Boston's a tough town, dawg", Garnett said.

"I don't know if it's a momentum-builder, it's just good to get off the other side of the momentum", Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce said. The of us want it for you. That's why Paul is ideal for it. Paul wants the shot every time. "Like, 'You're 0-for-14.' And he's like, 'I know, but they WANT it'". From there, the team announced Irving would miss the team's next three games (which were road games against the New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics). He clearly thinks Irving didn't have the guts - or as Garnett put it, "cojones" - to handle Boston and its passionate fans. The film stars Adam Sandler as a gambling-addicted jewellery vendor that places a wager on Garnett's 2008 NBA Championship ring and his efficiency in the playoffs. Maybe Brooklyn will be a better fit for him, although the NY media certainly is not easy to deal with.

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In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Fat Joe called the stars of the Nets for not wanting the "pressure, quot; and "media attention, quot; associated with the Knicks. The first superstar to hit NY and be vibing is going to be bigger than life", Garnett said".

"I thought they should have done the Knicks ... if they come to the city and dominate, man. ..."

Garnett's blatantly honest comments are bound to spark a reaction from Irving.

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