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Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread

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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1001 » by Celts17Pride » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:09 pm

Kyrie is Brooklyn's problem now.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1002 » by zoyathedestroya » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:13 pm

Let's have a POLL thread on whether to close this Kyrie Goodbye Thread or not.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Farewell Thread 

Post#1003 » by CelticsPride18 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:13 pm

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LobCityRondo2KG wrote:The New Jersey Nets are the most successful franchise culture wise? Who has deemed them that and what evidence is there to back that up?

every player in the league who has come through or associated with it. agents as well. all things equal agents and players will choose the nets. weve seen it every year since marks took over


Kyrie likes the challenges of destroying good cultures. That’s why he choose the Nets over the Knicks.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Farewell Thread 

Post#1004 » by Prokorov » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:15 pm

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LobCityRondo2KG wrote:The New Jersey Nets are the most successful franchise culture wise? Who has deemed them that and what evidence is there to back that up?

every player in the league who has come through or associated with it. agents as well. all things equal agents and players will choose the nets. weve seen it every year since marks took over


Kyrie likes the challenges of destroying good cultures. That’s why he choose the Nets over the Knicks.


he hasnt played in a good culture since duke
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Re: Kyrie Irving Farewell Thread 

Post#1005 » by SuperDeluxe » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:19 pm

Prokorov wrote:
CelticsPride18 wrote:
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Kyrie likes the challenges of destroying good cultures. That’s why he choose the Nets over the Knicks.


he hasnt played in a good culture since duke

You seem to be a very well informed person. Thanks for your contributions to this conversation.

Also, rude awakening soon.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Farewell Thread 

Post#1006 » by CelticsPride18 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:22 pm

Prokorov wrote:
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Kyrie likes the challenges of destroying good cultures. That’s why he choose the Nets over the Knicks.


he hasnt played in a good culture since duke


Lol. It’s never Kyries fault.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Farewell Thread 

Post#1007 » by ermocrate » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:30 pm

Prokorov wrote:
LobCityRondo2KG wrote:The New Jersey Nets are the most successful franchise culture wise? Who has deemed them that and what evidence is there to back that up?

every player in the league who has come through or associated with it. agents as well. all things equal agents and players will choose the nets. weve seen it every year since marks took over

Still in doubt between troll or Kyrie...
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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1008 » by Green89 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:32 pm

I'm all for putting Kyrie and this thread to rest. He's not our problem now. Time to move on and let the Nets suffer. :lol:
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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1009 » by ermocrate » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:36 pm

I think we have to trash this topic, was good before some idiot that is allowed to have weapons on his avatar started tripping about NETS’ culture... he may use some help and some moderators banning him a for good from this forum.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Farewell Thread 

Post#1010 » by Triple7 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:51 pm

Prokorov wrote:
greenroom31 wrote:
Prokorov wrote:
there is no telling, thats not how it works here.


Can't believe I'm posting in this thread, and that Kyrie still merits his own thread vs. being rolled into the "Around the NBA" thread.

That said, you could have made the same statement called out above about Boston prior to last year.

Either Kyrie learned something from his experience in Boston and will be humble, coachable and authentic in engaging with teammates or he will act the way he did last year -- arrogant, uncoachable and phony.

At this point I don't care either way and am glad to welcome Kemba in his place. The conclusion that Boston collectively came to is that for all his talent, Kyrie isn't worth the headache. Cleveland seemed to land there as well. Next up: Brooklyn. :wave:


There is no need for him to be humble on the Nets they will embrace him because thats what they do for all players. there is no "headache" Nets are about people, winning and on court comes after people, community, and culture. there is no one who isnt coachable if you have this approach. it is what marks has breached at every season ticket holders meeting and we have seen it here already.

Whatever jyrie is, they will embrace. the players will embrace him. they already have.


What the hell are you talking about??? I don’t get the “ there is no need for him to be humble the nets will embrace him” ****. If that’s what the nets are, then kyrie will eat you up alive! Goodluck with him! :lol:
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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1011 » by jfs1000d » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:56 pm

Who cares?

Is there any Celtic that is really upset about this? The only reason we tolerated Kyrie was because he could get us AD.

That ship sailed because Kyrie is EMO.



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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1012 » by Taget » Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:07 pm

zoyathedestroya wrote:Let's have a POLL thread on whether to close this Kyrie Goodbye Thread or not.


Let's do what Kyrie would do. Talk it over with Lebron while leaking it to the press.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1013 » by jirrit » Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:10 pm

Wow this Prokorov dude’s also enlighting us here about the bright culture in Brooklyn and the rotten atmosphere around Boston.

GTFO and enjoy your emo diva in Brooklyn. We alright.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1014 » by brackdan70 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:15 pm

zoyathedestroya wrote:Let's have a POLL thread on whether to close this Kyrie Goodbye Thread or not.

Sounds good...I have said my goodbyes.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Farewell Thread 

Post#1015 » by Parliament10 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:18 pm

Prokorov wrote:
CelticsPride18 wrote:
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Kyrie likes the challenges of destroying good cultures. That’s why he choose the Nets over the Knicks.


he hasnt played in a good culture since duke

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Re: Kyrie Irving Farewell Thread 

Post#1016 » by brackdan70 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:19 pm

Prokorov wrote:
CelticsPride18 wrote:
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Kyrie likes the challenges of destroying good cultures. That’s why he choose the Nets over the Knicks.


he hasnt played in a good culture since duke

I too was very defensive of Kyrie when the Cs traded for him. Dude is a hell of a player but not much of a team guy...you’ll see soon.

It will be interesting though to see if he is at all changed now that he got to choose his situation.
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Re: Kyrie Irving Goodbye Thread 

Post#1017 » by Parliament10 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:23 pm

brackdan70 wrote:
zoyathedestroya wrote:Let's have a POLL thread on whether to close this Kyrie Goodbye Thread or not.

Sounds good...I have said my goodbyes.

Good Idea. We don't need anymore more Trolls.
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