Kyrie Irving tweets back to Celtics fans showing double birds

Brooklyn Nets star guard Kyrie Irving hates absolutely everything about the Boston Celtics.

The pure, unparalleled disdain that the Brooklyn Nets’ Kyrie Irving has for the Boston Celtics is astounding.

Unless you live in New England, most people don’t care about the Celtics or any of their professional teams. They win too much and their fans are incredibly arrogant. That’s how it goes. But the hatred runs deeper than blood for Irving. He played for her. Let’s just say their bitter divorce was worse than anything you’ll ever see in Hollywood. The guy hates her outright.

Here he chirps back after taking a hard shot at those lovely Celtics at TD Garden.

Irving took the ball out of bounds and was in pure trolling mode for all fans in attendance.

He even flashed the double birds to annoy the fanbase who briefly cheered him on.

Of course, the Celtics would win Game 1 with a ridiculous lay-up buzzer beater by Jayson Tatum.

Kyrie Irving vs. Boston Celtics is the stuff television was made for

Win or lose, for the love of all things holy, can this best-of-seven series just go the distance please? Twitter needs all the Kyrie/Celtics-hating content out there for its next batch of snarky memes and GIFs that will stand the test of time. If every game in this series was played in Boston, it would be better. This is meant to bring a completely enraged Irving to the peak of his Celtics hate powers.

While we’re blessed to have several intriguing first-round series this April, this one between Atlantic Division rivals has our undivided attention. Even if all four of the Eastern Conference’s first-round series are between division opponents, the animus between that of Irving and the Celtics just won’t match. This is Trae Young versus the New York Knicks fandom, but all grown up.

The only way this game could have been any better is if Irving took one look at the ESPN booth and told Jeff Van Gundy to just quit so the rest of us could watch this game at home and cover our ear holes must in order not to hear his comment. Even if you turned the sound off, like I did to keep your sanity a bit, you could tell this was a hateful NBA instant classic.

From flipping the birds to hearing boo birds, bird was actually the word for Irving in that playoff game. Kyrie Irving tweets back to Celtics fans showing double birds

John Verrall

John Verrall is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. John Verrall joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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