And Now The Kyrie Watch Begins In BostonThe Celtics season is over, and now the attention turns to the future of Kyrie Irving. It doesn't sound like that future will be with the Celtics.
Bucks Blow Out Celtics, End Boston's Season In Game 5 Of Conference SemifinalsGiannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks found another gear after their first loss of the playoffs. Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics just couldn't keep up.
If This Is The End Of Kyrie Irving's Celtics Career, What A Massive Disappointment It WasKyrie Irving's season -- and, perhaps, his Celtics career -- is ending with a disappointing fizzle.
Kyrie Irving Complains About Foul Calls For Giannis: 'Getting Ridiculous ... Slowing The F---ing Game Down'Watching NBA games involving Giannis Antetokounmpo can really be choppy. And that applies to both fans and players alike.
Kyrie Irving Ready To Bounce Back After One Of His Worst Playoff PerformancesKyrie Irving has a knack for playing his best basketball in the postseason. But that was not the case Tuesday night in Game 2 against the Bucks.
Rest Up Celtics, It's Not Going To Be Easy From Here On OutAll it took was a little playoff basketball for the Celtics to finally arrive.
Welcome To Boston, Playoff KyrieIrving was in full "Playoff Kyrie" mode Wednesday night in Game 2, leading Boston to a comeback win over the Pacers.
Playoff Kyrie, Jayson Tatum Lead Celtics To Game 2 Win Over PacersThe Celtics own a 2-0 series lead over the Pacers thanks to big nights from Kyrie Irving and Jayson Tatum in Wednesday night's Game 2.
Sully: Hayward's Emergence Could Be Key To Lengthy Postseason Run By CelticsIf Gordon Hayward continues to emerge and play like his former self, a long postseason run just might be in the cards for the Boston Celtics.
Good Things Happen For Celtics When Gordon Hayward Gets AggressiveGordon Hayward has been far too passive for much of the season. That was not the case Wednesday night against the Heat.
Giza: We Wish Kyrie Loved Boston As Much As IT, But That Isn't Possible Or FairMost Celtics fans wish Kyrie Irving loved the Celtics as much as Isaiah Thomas, but WBZ-TV Sports producer Joe Giza doesn't think that is possible -- or fair.