Kyrie Irving put on quite a show — with his middle finger — during Sunday’s postseason loss to his old team, the Boston Celtics.
The Brooklyn Nets star flipped the middle finger to the Boston crowd in the third quarter.
Then, had a second bird-flipping incident caught on camera by a fan when he flashed both of his middle fingers behind his head to the heckling crowd.
After the game, Irving said the gestures were in response to fans shouting obscenities at him. “There’s only so much you can take as a competitor.”
The Celtics beat the Nets 115-114. Game 2 is Wednesday.
If you ask me, Kyrie has a case of the sofites. Here’s another look at his weak mind in action.
The behind the head middle fingers by Kyrie to the crowd was slick. pic.twitter.com/J0rqdh9U51
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) April 17, 2022
He wasn’t done as he carried over his softness to the postgame conference. **Bad language warning here**
Kyrie Irving comments on the Boston crowd. pic.twitter.com/yvdAm3WM7i
— Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) April 17, 2022
Just imagine what his reaction will be when they get knocked out in the first round!