Kyrie Irving is one of the most enigmatic superstars in the league today. Everybody knows that he is a mercurial talent on the court and can do almost everything on the offensive end of the ball. The issue with Irving over the last few seasons has been availability, be it because of injury or because he didn't show up to work for personal reasons.
Irving will be coming back to the Nets for 2022-23 even after a lot of drama that saw Kyrie fail to sign an extension and his teammate Kevin Durant put in a trade request. Now that both players have moved on from that situation and agreed to play next season, there are other issues they'll hope to iron out.
One of those issues is Coach Steve Nash, who the pair have allegedly not been thrilled with. A fake story went around Twitter where it was said that Irving told Steve Nash if he could see the MVPs he stole from Kobe. KD has already tweeted about the same, and Irving is also commenting on it in the most Kyrie Irving way possible.
There is no point in trying to derive meaning out of what Irving tweeted as well all know that they are cryptic on purpose. The truth and the lie make the inference a lot clearer considering what is going on, but this could refer to any number of things considering how Irving operates.
It is a massive season for the Brooklyn Nets that are in a championship or bust year. KD's patience is already running thin, and Kyrie Irving will generate interest on the open market next offseason. If there is no success in the Barclay Center in 2022-23, the floodgates of talent leaving may open.
Irving has a season to prove he can get along with Steve Nash and dominate on the court like we have seen him before. With players like Ben Simmons also returning to the squad, they look like a formidable unit. Can all the pieces be put together? We will have to wait and see.