Kyrie Irving has recently had an ankle injury during Game 4 against the Milwaukee Bucks, and there is no doubt that most of the world has wished him well in his recovery. It is unfortunate to see any player go down, but fans will be upset with the loss of Irving in particular as he is a star in this league.
Glen Davis seems to not share the same sentiment as the public. Glen Davis has suggested that Kyrie Irving's injured ankle is the same one that he stomped on the Boston Celtics logo with, referring to a previous situation that happened during the Boston Celtics- Brooklyn Nets series. Recently, Glen Davis went on Instagram live and commented more on the Kyrie Irving situation.
Everybody mad at me cause Kyrie Irving stepped on Lucky, and Lucky got his get back... Karma is a motherf***er... I don't even care if it's the logo... it means something to me... That's disrespect. I played for the Celtics, I'm a Celtic forever... Stop getting mad cause your man got weak ankles.
It is clear that Glen Davis is not happy with the logo incident, but it seems strange to tie Kyrie Irving's injury to that incident. Hopefully, Kyrie Irving will be able to recover soon and ignore all the noise.