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  • What do you think about what's going on here with Kyrie?

  • Irving Seth?

  • Well, first of all, Zoom.

  • Come on, Jay will Still my teammate.

  • He's a little brother.

  • I never wanted E.

  • I mean, I mean, it's just it's just the way it is.

  • Look, here's the deal.

  • I feel Curry.

  • Irving.

  • I think he has problems.

  • I think he has issues.

  • I think he needs help because you look, here's first important.

  • You guys were great players.

  • You guys run great teams.

  • You competing for championships one first and foremost.

  • The greatest sign of lack respect of your teammates is being late.

  • The only thing worse than that is not showing up at all and not communicating.

  • But if we look at Kyrie Irving as a talent, incredible, I'm sure he's doing amazing things in the community.

  • All those things were great, but just like it's always something, the media all right, I'm not gonna be upon.

  • I'm going to control my own message and you'll see for my actions and my words well, his actions, Aaron words, What does he say?

  • I mean, he goes to Boston Garden, I'm gonna be a Celtic for life.

  • Then he goes back to Boston Garden.

  • He's getting rid of the evil spirits.

  • Uh, then he's We don't need a coach, you know?

  • Stephen s gets hard.

  • We don't need a coach.

  • Uh, you know, it's just to me.

  • It's always something.

  • The world is flat.

  • I mean, you could go right.

  • His mood swings are unhealthy.

  • I mean, that's just the way it is.

  • I'm not a doctor.

  • I'm not around them all the time.

  • What if anyone else was behaving in this manner and a total rack of respect for the people that they're working for the organization that were working for the players that they're working with?

  • What would the response be?

  • Because eventually enough's enough.

  • I don't care how much talent you have.

  • I finally have a guy that I can trust.

  • He played with LeBron James, the best player in the history of the game.

  • Maybe, and now he's got a player he can trust.

  • It's always something, and someone needs to be able to reach out to him, sit him down and say, Kyrie, whatever is going on, whether it's family, whether it's an imbalance and look, mental health is a problem in the world right now more than ever.

  • Whatever it is, we're here to help you.

  • But we can't help you until you want to help yourself.

  • And to me, he can't be a winning player.

  • Can he make a big shot complete with help?

  • One championship?

  • Yes, but he had issues in Boston with mood swings.

  • He had issues.

  • Boston with his teammates, he points fingers.

  • Uh, he's unapproachable at times.

  • I mean these air riel and, you know, for everyone that's trying to mask it and find excuses for his behavior, they're not doing him any good As a coach, it's your responsibility to help your players.

  • So let me let me say this one's got to be able to help.

  • If your sound marks of your Steve Nash what do you do?

  • I think you go right to the president.

  • I think you suspend him and you basically put a parameter you you do a contract with him in his agent.

  • First of all, he has an agent, right?

  • So like, who is his agent?

  • Alright, so right right now has to become his all right, the ROC nation.

  • So, like rock nation like, here's your one of your one of your best one best players in the NBA, one of your price clients, right?

  • Don't you think that rock nation should know the House and Wise and what he is doing?

  • Don't you think it's rock Nations responsibility as his teammates as his mentor?

  • Maybe as his guiding like to find out what is going on and help him navigate this situation?

  • Because this isn't the first situation it happened in Cleveland.

  • It happened in Boston.

  • It's happening here, uh, the behavior, quite honestly, if anyone else was doing this, uh, it would be unacceptable.

  • And and And we've seen What?

  • What's that?

  • What's happening to your baby out?

  • What's my man from Dallas Mavericks?

  • That mark Cuban self now play to ST Joe's.

  • I just who's had some of the most mental health issues about the West?

  • No, on the West.

  • I mean, like, I'm not saying is that that place?

  • But I mean, there's something not right, and it's It's a shame because he's so talented and and they will.

  • I'm sure he's so giving, and I'm sure he's made you know he's made tremendous impact of different communities he's been in and all that's great, but now he's gonna help himself.

  • Someone's gonna help him.

  • You know, we always talk about being the best version of yourself.

  • He's obviously there's something going on there.

  • Someone's gotta be up to reach out to him.

  • Seth If if ROC Nation who represents him, who's his managers and they kind of work with him, if he's not listening to them, if they are, let's assume they are doing their jobs and not just accepting a paycheck and sitting back.

  • But he's not listening to them, either.

  • And I know J will ask you about what do what about the front office.

  • What do they do if you got both situations and he's not listening to either?

  • Now what happens?

  • His dad, I mean, like, we know how much he thinks of his relationship with his dad.

  • I mean, someone's gotta be the There's every player and you guys don't has a circle of influence.

  • There's someone in that circle.

  • There's someone in that circle that has the ability to reach out to him and connect with him.

  • J Well, I don't know.

  • Maybe I'm and I know you have tried before.

  • It might be you, J Well, I don't know who's in his circle, but there's someone in circle, every single player as a circle of influence.

  • It started way back in youth basketball.

  • It goes into recruiting process.

  • It goes into when they get to the league, and I'm not talking about guys posses.

  • I'm talking about the circle of its because posses the player leads to Pasi.

  • Pasi doesnt lead to flare.

  • It's not there, guys.

  • It's not the guys that they're hanging out with.

  • It's someone that they look up to.

  • Maybe it's Coach K.

  • Maybe it's, Ah, former teammate.

  • I don't know who it is, but to me, uh, he's He's obviously a good human being.

  • Obviously, he's a magnificent talent.

  • You look at it, you see it and it hurts.

  • And if you care about the person and then we care about the game of the organization, it hurts to see this behavior.

  • It's unnatural.

  • It's it's wrong.

  • It's, uh, it's hurtful to him.

  • So if someone's hurting themselves, you know someone most times has what an intervention, who in his circle of influence and have an intervention with him and help him navigate what he's going through?

  • Does that make any sense?

  • Yeah, absolutely total sense.

  • Love the visceral, raw, passionate emotional response.

  • I know this is near and dear to you.

  • You wanted to get it out.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/14
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