Kyrie Irving Had No Regrets in saying " Suck My D..K" to a fan in Philly
Kyrie Irving takes full responsibility for his actions and apologizes to kids at home but he simply does not regret it.
Kyrie Irving isn't in the mood for fan conversation especially if the topic is LeBron James.
According to Kyrie, it was just the heat of the moment as they were down by four in the game. The Boston Celtics eventually won that night with the score of 102 -92 and Kyrie led the scoring parade with 21 points but his statement against the fan cost him $25,000 for his profane outburst.
Kyrie Irving acknowledged a profane outburst to a Philly fan that yelled at him about LeBron James on Friday. Does he regret it? "Hell no." pic.twitter.com/NDDKeh94Kt— Chris Forsberg (@ESPNForsberg) October 21, 2017
Boston Celtics currently hold a 1 win and 2 losses record so far and the loss of Gordon Hayward may have already affected their season. The 25-year-old guard is carrying a new team on his shoulders after being traded from Cleveland. Kyrie could be feeling the pressure this early in the season.
Let's watch the viral video of Kyrie Irving saying suck my d--k to a fan.
So Far Kyrie has been averaging 20 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals. The line looks good and the Celtics still look like a playoff contender in the east, however, contending for the championship may be out of the question especially after the untimely departure of Gordon Hayward.