Kyrie Irving Says Boston Feels More Like a 'Sports City' Than Cleveland

Frederick Owens
October 15, 2017

Irving would go on to talk about the differences in culture and food and people - obvious facts.

In a much anticipated season opener, the Cleveland Cavaliers will take on the Boston Celtics at The Q, Tuesday, Oct. 17. Now he's dissing Cleveland, the city, which.

Though he and the rest of his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates helped bring the city its first championship in any major professional sports league in 52 years, Kyrie Irving apparently doesn't consider Cleveland to be a "real, love sports city".

"Got treatment all day today, so I'm not sure if we should be concerned or not", Cavs coach Tyronn Lue told reporters.

Wade said he's not going to be "oversensitive" because he wasn't there when Irving said it and he doesn't know exactly what the former Cavs guard meant.

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After just three weeks, Kyrie Irving has made it clear he prefers Boston over Cleveland as a city. "You get it all, especially in Boston", Irving said, per the Globe.

"I don't know", Lue said to ESPN. If you're Cleveland and the way they were left, you read it one way. "That's how I look at things".

"I just moved in to a whole new place, I've been there a month or so".

Danny realizes that he treated Isaiah terribly after everything he had done for the Celtics, and understands why the pair may never speak, but also notes that breaking relationships with players, no matter how strong, just comes with the job of being an NBA General Manager. Fans celebrate players when they're there, and then they leave, and it's the worst thing. "So, it doesn't always go that way, but that's the way I try to make it when I can control it".

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