Kyrie Irving wanted to be the man somewhere. He wanted to be out of the shadow of LeBron James. And he wanted the target on his back. And now, without Gordon Hayward for presumably the season, he’s got everything he wants, even if not the way he wanted it to happen.
Now, Irving is going to have provide the bulk of the scoring, even getting close to the 29 points per game that Isaiah Thomas averaged a season ago, and he’s going to have to be the leader of the team, and he’s going to have to bring the most of the young players like Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum.
Brady Farkas discussed it further on Thursday’s edition of ‘Champlain Valley Game Night.’
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