Kyrie Irving
Of course, the media is freaking out about Kyrie Irving because they have nothing to talk about (Omar Rawlings/Getty Images)

The NBA Petty Wars dominant the headlines. The NBA regular season is so boring that media members have to constantly perform circle orgi’s to keep themselves excited. The typical behavior includes romanticizing about players constantly changing locations for no reason other than to create drama. The media has become so bored that they have targeted Kyrie Irving trying to uncover any single pebble that could create some sort of drama so they have something to talk about.

The crazy rumor today has Kyrie Irving linked to the Knicks. You know, because they are so attractive. Worst team in the NBA without a single asset other than a ping pong ball for the upcoming draft. Yep, makes a lot of sense. Anyway, I kept seeing crazy quotes coming directly from Kyrie that opened the possibility of Irving leaving this upcoming summer?

Well, here’s the exact thing that he said caught on video:

Wow that’s weird. Kyrie was complaining about how the media is childish and acts like the Kardashians would. I find it odd how the media was standing right in front of Kyrie listening to what he said while he complained about the media acting like toddlers and then turned around and just didn’t listen. Yep, sounds like a guy who is fed up with Boston.

In case you forgot:

I’m tired of talking about it. He’s not leaving. Now he has to sound like he’s hedging because people won’t leave him alone. It’s sad. This is exactly why the media is pathetic.

Yep, I’m sure we forgot about this too. About how much Boston means to him. About how Boston was important to his family.

I’m tired of talking about this and I’m not bringing it up again. Could he change his mind and leave? Sure, I guess but it also makes zero sense so I have zero reason to be concerned. Here’s what I do know. The Celtics have Danny Ainge, Brad Stevens, 800 good young players, 800 future draft picks, and can offer the most money. And… they probably have Anthony Davis in the bag because they can offer the most and New Orleans won’t deal him to the Lakers. The Knicks have a ping pong ball. Yep, I’m sure he’s leaving.