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Fan asks Kyrie Irving if he will leave Cleveland like Lebron did

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by zeeshan2, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. zeeshan2

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  2. heypartner

    heypartner Contributing Member

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    kid needs to learn what not to ask

    That's like asking your new gf, "Are you going to leave me like my previous gf did?"

    he's supposed to say, "Hey, Irving. You're the best thing that ever happened to Cleveland."

    Then, fall to the ground and start crying "Please baby, please baby, baby, baby please never leave."
     
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  3. Jontro

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    What he means is "no" to leaving the way LerBon did, but he'd still leave.
     
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    When he leaves, LOL
     
  5. Firebomb525

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    Kyrie Irving + LeBron James + Healthy Andrew Bynum

    Can that contend for a title?
     
  6. gengar

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    +1 lol.
     
  7. gengar

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    Wade is still arguably better than Irving. Andrew Bynum is always injured, so when he's not injured, he'll probably never return to form. Bosh > Incomplete Bynum

    If Wade can return to his 2011 form...I'm scared how much more dominant Heat will be than they already are
     
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    He'll leave once he realizes that the Cavs management is incompetent, assuming he hasn't already.
     
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    hahaha ^^
     
  10. Entropy

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    If Wade has stocked up on HGH, chances are high.
     
  11. Raven

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    He can leave in three years and he might not want to live in LeBron's shadow.
     
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    Holy crap that ball movement
     
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    Woops wrong thread.......Lebron sucks, Kyrie rocks!
     
  14. JuanValdez

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    Obviously, Irving can't answer that question honestly, but it is a cloud over the Cavs. Ir Irving left on the heels of Lebron's departure, how could the Cavs ever keep the fanbase's support?
     
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    Bad answer by Kyrie....he should have just said he loves it there and wants to stay, will do everything he can to keep the team going in the right direction, so he can stay there forever.
     
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    This. What some people always conveniently forget is that LBJ DIDN'T have to leave Cleveland, he was already a super mega star and one of the most popular players in the world.

    The problem was if he stayed in Cleveland, he'll end up like Dream and just get 1-2 rings his entire career if he's lucky because management couldn't surround him with decent players. Miami isn't really all that different from Cleveland from a b-ball/marketing perspective, it's not a "glamor" market and unlike Cleveland there isn't a dedicated (if small) fanbase.

    If Irving was smart he'd either leave or force Gilbert to replace his management team with people more competent, the current crop of guys are one of the worst in the league.
     
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    When he gets tired of Dan Gilbert not providing any help for him, especially another guard, he'll think twice about not leaving Cleveland. Being the man is fun when you're new to the league but after a while, you get tired of watching games from home in May.
     

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