Kyrie Irving is a flat-Earth truther?

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  1. heypartner

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    The only truth he needs to know is that the basketball court is flat and the ball is round.
     
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    Im not even gonna preach to the choir about this. Kyrie irvings argument is putrid. Its like he refuses to believe in gravity, astronomy, and geometry
     
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    Been meaning to ask you: What's up with the huge watermelon and the dead woman on the beach? And are you the guy carrying the watermelon?
     
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    And Patrick Beverley is his daddy.
     
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    What an incredible idiot. It's amazing how stupid we are as a collective.

    We figured this out literally thousands of years ago, and Kyrie setting modern man back right before our eyes.
     
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  7. Mathrocker

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    It's my favorite video game of all time. It's called Ico. that is the climax/resolution when he brings her the watermelon. Ico is on the forefront as the video games as art argument. It truly is one of the most inspiring, beautiful, amazing journeys that you can ever experience through any medium. I'll put it next to my favorite books, songs, and movies.



    http://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-video-game-art-of-fumito-ueda
     
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    People are saying Kyrie voted Trump. Those are the facts in front of me.. they gave 'em to me. I don't know.

    “How are you gonna put ‘planets’ in quotations?” - LMAO!
     
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    Wow. If he weren't an NBA superstar would he be wearing a diaper and helmet? I honestly believe so. That is a dangerous level of stupidity.
     
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    Oh my gosh. Just stop it.
     
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    Don't want him. Too dumb. :D

    We have enough dumb players like Brewer....
     
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    No way Chandler joins a team called the Rockets, in a city with the Astros....and former Comets

    But we sure could taunt Kyrie with our NASA shlt when CLE comes to town ... and in the Finals.
     
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    He can't be serious.
     
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    Don't give a ****. How's his jumpshot?
     
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    He also doesn't think dinosaurs existed.
     
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    Drugs. They are bad.
     
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    He was also asked his top 5 all time team and he mentioned ray Allen, not his teammate Lebron on the RJ and Frye podcasto_O

     
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    The world according to Kyrie:


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  20. Mathrocker

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    Id like to put kyrie in a physical anthropology class. His description of the process of how we think of dinosaurs is entirely incorrect. We dont find "one bone than make up 98 % digitally." Kyrie is no scholar and he shouldnt mess with the academic world. Stick to hoops bro.

    there still is plenty of missing information but he acts as if scientists/professors/historians/anthropologists are just stoned dudes who make stuff up out of thin air. I mean these dudes dedicate their lives to the pursuit of knowledge at least as much as kyrie has dedicated his life to hoops. He stands less of a chance against them in an academic debate than they would in a game of 21.

    Fall back Kyrie.
     
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