Kyrie Irving: “Philly Deserves Me More Than They Do Simmons”

by Sep 23, 2021Sports0 comments

The point guard for the Brooklyn Nets has been heated back and forth with his coaching staff since the Simmons debate fueled up this week. In a recent interview, Kyrie Irving said that Philadelphia deserves him more than they do Ben Simmons. When asked why he feels this way, he responded, “Philly deserves me more than they do Simmons.”

Months ago, rumors that Nets guard Kyrie Irving was on the move began to surface. There have been no indications from Irving or the Nets organization to suggest that any of these reports are accurate. It seems that Kyrie is looking to be traded, or his ego is getting to him again. The point guard has been known to have a big ego and is often requesting trades from his teams.

Simmons is often referred to as Kyrie’s kryptonite. The two players play very similarly on offense, with similar styles of play being so closely linked together that they are almost indistinguishable when watching them in action. It seems that Kyrie is feeling the pressure from Simmons’ fan base and has been in a heated back and forth with his coaching staff about who deserves more attention.

When asked why he felt this way, Kyrie responded, “Philly deserves me more than they do Simmons.” There have been no reports of any possible trades for Kyrie out to Philadelphia, but it would be an exciting transition for both teams if one were to happen. The Nets organization will want their star player happy, or else there could be many problems down the road between players and coaches. It’s yet another poor judgment call by Irving that continues a pattern of his bad decisions throughout his career thus far.

Although there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding Simmons’ future, the Nets have now been linked to a potential blockbuster deal – at least according to Stephen A. Smith. In his recent interview, Kyrie said that Philly deserves him more than they do Ben Simmons. The team has been in a heated back and forth with their coaching staff this week after the rumors of him being traded spread like wildfire throughout social media.

When asked why he felt this way, Irving responded, “Philly deserves me more than they do Simmons.” There have been no reports about any possible trades to Philadelphia, but it would be an exciting transition for both teams involved if one were to happen. It’s yet another poor judgment call made by Irving that continues a pattern of his bad decisions throughout his career thus far. There are many indications from officials on ESPN who say otherwise regarding the speculation surrounding these two players’ future.

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