As Kyrie Irving finally headed to his new team which is the Boston Celtics, issues about him did not end yet as latest reports claimed that NBA executives debated on his worth in the league. Moreover, it was discussed if he is the right player to bank on and the needed one to win a title in the league.
In one of the episodes of "The Lowe Post" hosted by ESPN's Zach Lowe and his special guest Howard Beck, the recent Irving trade was discussed. According to Hoops Hype, the two then speculated the overall worth of the said NBA player to the Boston Celtics and his former team, Cleveland Cavaliers. In the recent trade, he was compared to Paul George, Jimmy Butler, Chris Paul, and DeMarcus cousins wow re also traded previously.
Lowe then hinted at the question of whether Kyrie is the perfect player to help finalize a recurrent contender. Some coaches and executives in NBA were asked this important question and their answers were varied.
Reports claimed that most NBA fans are pretty dubious on whether Irving is the right player to build around since even if he is already 25 years old, he is still six years in the league. But Kyrie has already shown exemplary performance in the league and this doesn't mean that he can't grow.
But most basketball fans seemed to agree that Kyrie is the best "one-on-five scorer" in the league while some worried that he may not be the leading man who can lead a team to win the NBA title. Moreover, some rumor also circulated that Irving has this not-so-nice personality like he reportedly did not talk to his teammates for like an extended period during the 2017 postseason.
Despite those, USA Today reported that some fans still hope that the situation will change now that Irving will play for an entirely new organization and team. Prior to this, the NBA All Star player also revealed the reason why h left his former team and Lebron James.
Kyrie Irving maintained his answer by telling that he wants to play for a franchise that can maximize his potential. He then added that he is interested to be with those incredible minds and incredible people and he felt Boston came at the right time for him.