Kyrie Irving touts Boston as 'real, live sports city'

Kyrie Irving touts Boston as 'real, live sports city'

Kyrie Irving touts Boston as 'real, live sports city'

"A lot of different cultures, food and people".

After landing in Boston - his third team in his first five seasons in the league - many thought Boston GM Danny Ainge would build around the 5'9 dynamo, especially after his playoff performances while he was suffering both physically and mentally from a host of issues. Coming from Cleveland, the Midwest, where the culture is different. Consistently. No matter what hour throughout the night.

With only days left before the start of the regular season, Kyrie Irving is still soaking in his new home after going an undefeated 4-0 as a member of the Boston Celtics.

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We were all reminded however that the National Basketball Association is primarily a business, and when the opportunity arised, Ainge grasped it with both hands, not even giving a second thought about trading away a player who had given so much to the team.

But as an interview with the Boston Globe attests, he had as little love for the city of Cleveland as he did the Cavs. "You would go to Cleveland, and it would be at nighttime, and things would be going on, but you just see a vast difference". But, Irving seems to prefer the hustle and bustle of his new city much more.

Irving was also there for the championship parade in downtown Cleveland. "But we know in Cleveland, we got a great sports town in Cleveland".

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If he wasn't before, Kyrie Irving is bound to be booed now.

The Cavaliers nabbed him with the first overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft and made him the centerpiece of their organization - until LeBron James came back, that is.

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