John Hollinger has once again attacked Kyrie Irving, taking a big shot at the Brooklyn Nets star in recent hours. Holling has never been known for being a fan of Irving, but he's taking things to the next level in recent times.
To be fair, Irving has earned a reputation of a conflicting teammate and the media slander for Kyrie hasn't stopped since he left the Cleveland Cavaliers a couple of years ago. It all went bigger went he left the Boston Celtics to sign with the Nets after he promised to a crowded TD Garden that he would stay in Boston.
Well, Hollinger takes every chance he has to criticize Kyrie and following the comments made by an anonymous NBA agent, The Athletic columnist took a big shot at the 28-year-old.
“I hate to comment on people I don’t really know, but Kyrie is entering his Stephon Marbury phase. You can see it. It’s there. Basketball is not a priority for him.”
Hollinger joined the fun and said the Nets players were resting from having to deal with Kyrie during the 2019/20 NBA season.
“The Nets have Kevin Durant recovering from an Achilles injury, Kyrie Irving recovering from a shoulder injury, and 15 other players recovering from spending a year with Kyrie Irving.”
This is not the first time he's done this. In fact, in September he took another shot at Irving when somebody called Tyler Herro a 'flat baller.'
It's pretty clear that Hollinger has no love for Kyrie and he won't miss any chance he has to slander the 2016 NBA champion.