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    Opinion: Americas education system is in need of dramatic reform Who is Ashley Biden? Meet President-elect Joe Bidens daughter Kyrie Irving allegedly was at party, said to be ‘off the grid’ Kyrie Irving will miss his fourth consecutive game on Tuesday when the Brooklyn Nets take on the Denver Nuggets, but no one seems to know why. © Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving continues to be away from the team for personal reasons. Irving missed Brooklyn’s last three games for personal reasons. It’s unclear when he will return, and Jason Dumas of KRON4 News reported on Sunday that the six-time All-Star has been “off the grid.” For those who have been asking… I’ve been told that Kyrie is “off the grid.” Not much to report. https://t.co/0l9PbLotpr — Jason Dumas (@JDumasReports) January 11, 2021 Even if Irving does decide to return this week, he may have...
    Taylor Swift Responds to The Office’s Rainn Wilson After Actor Jokes He Doesnt Know Who She Is Retailers have a message for shoppers: buy now or pay higher shipping fees if you want your presents delivered for the holidays LeBron James says he was hurt when Kyrie Irving said Kevin Durant was the first teammate he could trust to make big shots © Provided by INSIDER LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. Mike Stobe/Getty Images LeBron James said he was "hurt" by Kyrie Irving's comments earlier in the year. In October, Irving had said of his new teammate Kevin Durant that it was the first time he could trust another player to hit the game-winning shot. That comment notably excludes James, with whom Irving spent several seasons and won a championship in Cleveland. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James said he was "hurt" by Kyrie Irving's...
    LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. Mike Stobe/Getty Images LeBron James said he was "hurt" by Kyrie Irving's comments earlier in the year. In October, Irving had said of his new teammate Kevin Durant that it was the first time he could trust another player to hit the game-winning shot. That comment notably excludes James, with whom Irving spent several seasons and won a championship in Cleveland. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James said he was "hurt" by Kyrie Irving's comments after his former teammate in Cleveland threw some shade at the reigning NBA Finals MVP. Speaking as a guest on the "Road Trippin'" podcast with Richard Jefferson, Channing Frye, and Allie Clifton, James spoke about his reaction to hearing Irving praise his new teammate Kevin Durant earlier in the year. "This is the first time in my career I've looked down and be like, 'That...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Yaser Abdel Said, a capital murder suspect wanted in connection with the homicide of his two teenaged daughters Amina and Sarah, was taken into custody without incident today in Justin by the FBI’s Dallas Field Office. Said was placed on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list on December 4, 2014. Said is currently in federal custody and will soon be transferred to Dallas County. Said took his daughters Amina (18) and Sarah (17) for a ride in his taxicab on January 1, 2008, under the guise of taking them to get something to eat. He drove them to Irving, where he allegedly shot both girls inside the taxicab. They both died of multiple gunshot wounds. At the time, Irving police said the motive for the murders was unclear, but they believed Said was upset by his daughters’ teenage behavior and relationships. “On January 1, 2008, the...
    Nicholas Irving, a former Special Operations Sniper, spoke with the Daily Caller’s Samantha Renck about his time in the service, what July 4th means to him and advice for future Americans. Irving recalled his most memorable moment in the service. “I would have to say the day I think that I should have died,” Irving said. “The day that I consider the day that I died in Afghanistan, it was July. The day my life was saved by Corporal Benjamin Kopp [and] being pinned down by a Chechen enemy sniper for about three hours during the 19-hour firefight.” Irving added that he “went in with 210 rounds and left with about six, and thought I was going to die that day. I contemplated death.” He added that his favorite part of the service was “the guys, [he] loved the guys.” Irving reflected on July 4th and what the day means...
    Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving is not interested in the NBA’s plan to restart the 2019-20 season in Orlando, Fla., amid the coronavirus pandemic. Irving said during a group chat with players that they should skip the NBA’s restart at Disney World, instead proposing the players can start their own league, according to the New York Daily News. This came after ESPN reported that Irving and Los Angeles Lakers guard Avery Bradley helped organize a player coalition to give a voice to anyone who is hesitant on speaking out about concerns with the league's restart plan. Irving is one of the many players in the league concerned that starting up basketball will take away from the ongoing nationwide protests on systemic racism and police brutality following the death of George Floyd. According to Stadium, Irving led a conference call with about 80 players, including Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony. “There’s only 20...
    Two former NBA players aren’t buying Kyrie Irving’s motives, believing the Nets star’s concerns about the NBA’s restart would take away from the Black Lives Matter movement should be taken with a grain of salt. Irving led a call of roughly 80 players on Friday in which sitting out the 22-team finish to the regular season and postseason was discussed. “No one is listening to Kyrie,” former NBA center and ESPN analyst Kendrick Perkins said on CBS Sports Radio. “The NBA is going to continue. All he’s doing is causing unnecessary drama between the NBA brothers that we don’t need right now. Him lashing out is just making news and making a whole bunch of noise for nothing because the NBA season is going to happen.” Matt Barnes said when Irving was told he couldn’t go to Orlando’s Wide World of Sports to support the Nets — he’s out for...
    Utah Jazz forward Ed Davis reacted to Kyrie Irving and Dwight Howard expressing support for the possibility of not playing the rest of the NBA season. Davis told Hoops Hype on Monday that it’s easy for guys like Irving and Howard to suggest that because of the money that they make. NBA STARS EXPRESS CONCERNS ABOUT PLAYING AGAIN AMID UNREST IN US “It's easy for a guy like Kyrie [Irving] to say that he'll give everything back [for social reform], but would he really give everything back? It's easy for Dwight Howard to say that we don't need to play when he's in Atlanta in his $20 million mansion,” Davis said. “But there are other guys on the rosters who need this money to provide for whoever they're taking care of and things like that. It's easy for the superstars in the league to say this and how they feel...
    Getty Kyrie Irving, Nets Last month, the NBA’s Board of Governors elected to resume the 2019-20 NBA season at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. VideoVideo related to nate robinson reveals why you should listen to nets pg kyrie irving 2020-06-15T22:57:27-04:00 Beginning July 31, 22 teams will compete to fill the league’s 16-NBA Playoff spors in both the NBA’s Eastern and Western Conferences with the NBA Finals slated to finish no later than October 12. Then Kyrie Irving spoke. A member of the Cleveland Cavaliers‘ championship team in 2016, Irving organized a conference call with 200 pro-basketball players from both the WNBA and the NBA. In addition to Irving’s Nets teammate, Kevin Durant, the Portland Trail Blazers’ Damian Lillard, Carmelo Anthony and C.J. McCollum are also said to have been part of the diaogue along with the Los Angeles Lakers’ Dwight Howard. While on the call, Irving stated: “I...
    HOUSTON, Texas -- Brian Irving knew he had to do something one late Friday night when he watched the news and saw people use the George Floyd protests as an excuse to cause destruction in downtown Houston, Texas. "I just took a shower. I told my wife, 'I'm going to go down there to wipe off all that graffiti,' and I got my pressure washer," said Irving.Irving spent hours cleaning buildings and poles. And while many of the protests in Houston have been peaceful and nondestructive since then, Irving has continued to go out and clean up graffiti around town. Irving said, "If I can erase one graffiti, I'm making a difference." The truck driver spent time behind bars nearly two decades ago, and still keeps his prison ID in his wallet. "It's real old. It's about to fall apart. I kept the ID since I've been out for almost...
    BANGOR, Maine (AP) - A Maine district attorney said she will prosecute a former police officer who shot and killed a teenager in 2007 if the state doesn’t. But Attorney General Aaron Frey says the county prosecutor doesn’t have the authority to do so. Natasha Irving, the Democratic district attorney for Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Knox and Waldo counties, called attention to the fatal shooting of Gregori Jackson, 18, of Whitefield, after a traffic stop in Waldoboro. Jackson was accused of resisting and fighting with Zachary Curtis, a reserve officer for the Waldoboro police. TOP STORIES Pompeo slams obscene Chinese propaganda on riots Obama administration was corrupt, more and more evidence reveals daily Seattle police officers injured by improvised explosives After Jackson tried to run away, there was a second confrontation in which he was shot multiple times, including three times in the lower back and once in the head,...
    HOUSTON, Texas -- When a man saw live coverage of the protests in Houston over the death of George Floyd, he decided to do something about the damage done."I just took a shower, I told my wife, 'I'm going to go down there and wipe off all that graffiti,' and I got my pressure washer," said Brian Irving.Irving was seen cleaning off a portion of a federal building Saturday around 2 a.m.He said he was spending four hours overnight doing what he could for the city he's lived in and loved for more than 50 years."I said 'let me go down there and let me clean up my city,'" Irving said. "What came to my mind was what JFK said - 'Ask not what your country can do for you but ask what you can do for your country.' I'm coming down here to put my little bit in."Irving said...
    The Brooklyn Nets could contend for an NBA title if Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are healthy going into an expanded playoff situation amid the coronavirus pandemic, a teammate said Wednesday. Spencer Dinwiddie said during an interview on ESPN’s “First Take” that the Nets shouldn’t be counted out if they get into the playoffs, thanks to an abbreviated season. However, Dinwiddie was unsure whether both players would return if that’s the case. BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME DELAYING ENSHRINEMENT CEREMONY: REPORT “That’s the billion-dollar question. But that’s not something I can answer,” Dinwiddie said. “I know they’re both working really hard. They’re two of the hardest working in the NBA on the court, and two phenomenal players. If they are able to return and that’s the decision they make, our aspirations turn from playoffs to championship. “If they’re not able to return, which they’ve pretty much said that’s kind of the...
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