Kyrie Irving Didn't Talk To Teammates For Consecutive Days During Playoffs

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Kyrie Irving Didn't Talk To Teammates For Consecutive Days During Playoffs

According to ESPN's David McMenamin, Kyrie Irving refused to speak to his teammates for several days in a row between playoff rounds. He's been inside that locker room.

The original anecdote came from ESPN's Dave McMenamin on The BBall Breakdown Podcast as he spoke about Irving's former Cavs' teammate James Jones.

A recent report says that Irving didn't talk to his teammates for consecutive days during the National Basketball Association playoffs.

On that stage. It's one thing to say people go through ups and downs during the regular season.

Apparently, this happened between the first round of the playoffs, when the Cavaliers were facing the Indiana Pacers, and the second-round series against the Toronto Raptors. "Even at that level, there were things that made him sullen or reclusive from his teammates".

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Irving has a strong desire to be the centerpiece of a team, which he didn't feel was possible in Cleveland with LeBron and that playing second fiddle to James - along with his passive-aggressive antics - was wearing on him. Could Cleveland not talk to Phoenix now after this leak of information?

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Serbian global Milos Teodosic and forward Danilo Gallinari can not be traded until December 15, making this possibility a much more realistic one later into the season.

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