A rally for NBA player Kyrie Irving that also served as a protest against the vaccine mandate preventing him from playing this season drew comparisons to the Jan. 6 Capitol riots after turning violent in Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon.
Often-controversial Brooklyn Nets star player Kyrie Irving has proudly asserted himself as someone vehemently against getting the COVID-19 vaccine, and it appears he's getting support on his decision from another contentious celebrity, Chris Brown.
There's been a swell of support on social media for Kyrie Irving to press charges against the fan who threw a water bottle at him and narrowly missed in the moments after an NBA playoff game in Boston against the Celtics.
James was a guest on Richard Jefferson, Channing Frye, and Allie Clifton's Road Trippin' podcast where the Los Angeles Lakers star replied to the comments.
Monster props to Kyrie for helping those who aren't just protecting their health, but also looking to initiate change at a time when racism, inequality and partisan hatred seem to be reigning supreme.
Pelicans fans are still recovering from the gut punch that was Anthony Davis’ trade request, but if you’re a Knicks or Lakers fan, this is the news you were hoping for. With the NBA trade deadline quickly coming teams that specifically have Davis on their radar are putting together possible trade packages. The Lakers have […]
Kyrie Irving is causing eyebrows to raise with his belief that the earth is flat. The Cleveland Cavaliers point guard initially made the claim on the podcast Road Trippin’ With RJ and Channing. In a conspiracy theory discussion with fellow basketball players Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye, Irving was responding to a question from Frye on whether […]