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Kyrie Irving, Off Due To ‘Personal Reasons,’ Seen At A Club Partying It Up With Family

Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving has missed the team’s last three games for “personal reasons,” but yet it sounds like he’s healthy enough to have a good time attending a party at a club with family.

The always outspoken guard is reportedly “off the grid” while his timetable to return to the lineup is still up in the air, but video of him recently show that he’s not above taking in a party or two while he figures things out.

Monday there was video of Irving at a party with his family, more than likely a gathering for his sister, Asia, who is celebrating her 30th birthday today.

Irving’s father’s birthday is on January 11th, so it makes sense the timing of the party.

The Nets are scheduled to take on the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday, and it will be the fourth game in a row missed by Irving.

The 28-year-old guard will have to answer for being at the party, and no doubt will have to quarantine whenever he decides to make it back to the team.

In seven games this season Irving has been sensational, putting up 27.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and 6.1 assists per game while shooting 50.4% from the field.

The problem for the Nets is getting him on the court, and finding a way to make sure he stays there instead of taking off every so often for “personal reasons.”

Written by Matt Loede

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  1. Trade him to Houston in a package for Harden. Only issue with that is they just traded for John Wall, who has played well.

    My intuition of the Westbrook/Wall trade was Houston got the better end, but it was not portrayed like that initially, and indeed Washington added a first round pick(with protections). Westbrook’s productivity is taking a tumble. A similar trend line to Iverson, another star whose effectiveness ended when his explosiveness did.

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