Kyrie Irving Apologizes To Fans After Nets Return, 'Happy To Be Back'

Tanya Simon
January 20, 2021

Without question, Kyrie Irving is a good person that does a lot of good things for people.

Last week, while away from the team, Irving appeared on a Zoom call with others who were showing support for the campaign of a Manhattan district attorney candidate.

Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving bought a house for the family of George Floyd, according to former National Basketball Association player Stephen Jackson. Furthermore, with Uncle Drew's noted disdain for the media, one has to wonder how many more charitable acts the 28-year-old has done that the general public doesn't even know about.

Irving says he has talked to his teammates and he's been welcomed back. adding, "I have a conversation with each one of them and we move on". "A lot of family and personal stuff going on, I just want to leave it at that", Kyrie provided a short response.

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"We got some great pieces and we just move on, and I let my actions and my game speak for itself like I planned on doing", Irving said. Lil Wayne's manager bought them a Mercedes Benz. "I'm just continuing to do what I said I was going to do; I said I was going to be my brother's keeper and take care of his daughter and make sure that her next days are her best days. Barbra Streisand gave them stock in Disney". "Right now, she's doing the best she's ever done; she's happy".

You like to see people rally around people in need.

When he's not paying for college students' tuition or purchasing houses for the families of victims of police brutality, he's offering financial assistance to WNBA players or partnering with Feed America to "to help families who are struggling to put meals on the table amid the COVID-19 pandemic".

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