Celtics' Kyrie Irving happy to be in Boston


"A lot of different cultures, food and people".

If you're sitting close to the court and wearing a Kyrie Irving jersey, you might get a pair of game-worn shoes after the buzzer. Coming from Cleveland, the Midwest, where the culture is different.

Kyrie Irving isn't being subtle: He wants you to know that Cleveland is a bad city, and Boston is better.

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Irving will get to see Cleveland in person one time this season when the Celtics face off with the Cavaliers to start the season October 17.

We were all reminded however that the National Basketball Association is primarily a business, and when the opportunity arised, Ainge grasped it with both hands, not even giving a second thought about trading away a player who had given so much to the team. Now he's dissing Cleveland, the city, which. He was comparing Boston - his new home - with Cleveland as if to say the former was "real" and "live" and where the Cavs play isn't those things.

"You would go to Cleveland, and it would be at nighttime, and things would be going on, but you just see a vast difference in terms of what the Midwest is - Cleveland - and what Boston is". No matter how Irving intended it, this will go over terribly in Cleveland.

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In a farewell Instagram post after the trade to the Celtics, Irving lauded how great the city of Cleveland and people have been to him.

In Wednesday night's game, Irving had his best outing as a member of the Celtics, posting 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting, along with five rebounds, 10 assists and a steal in 27 minutes.

Irving faces the Cavaliers in the season opener. Based on these comments, the decibels of boos might increase.

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