Kyrie Irving is on the verge of making his regular season debut with the Boston Celtics.
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In praising Boston to the Globe, Irving couldn't help compare his current and former cities - and the former doesn't come off well in his eyes. It also adds more intrigue to Boston's season-opening game against the Cavaliers in Cleveland.
Celtics' Kyrie Irving happy to be in Boston: "It's exciting to be back on the East Coast", Irving said. As one of America's top sports cities, Boston is one of the best places in the world to play, and the atmosphere there can often be electric. The younger fan in the Gordon Hayward jersey behind the fan who got the shoes might decide to go with Irving next game. "Getting used to seeing the green and white, getting enriched with the Celtics organization and the culture, getting used to the city - I was an opponent going into Boston". Looking at the championship banners - the biggest difference is literally that I just moved. I was talking to my best friend the other day: It's a really major city.
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No matter Irving's intention with these recent comments, they will surely give fans another reason to heckle him Tuesday night in his first and only scheduled trip to Cleveland - unless the two teams meet in a spicy postseason series.
"You would go to Cleveland, and it would be at nighttime, and things would be going on, but you just see a vast difference", Irving said to the Charlotte Observer.
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