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Irving: Regret leaving Cavaliers and not talking to James about how we can win more championships – yqqlm

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Irving: Regret leaving Cavaliers and not talking to James about how we can win more championships – yqqlm

Original title: Irving: Regret leaving Cavaliers did not talk to James about we can win more championships

On May 17, Beijing time, Netball star Owen was interviewed by the media. Irving talked about the story of his time with the Cavaliers. He said that he regretted not talking to team boss James when he applied for a trade.

Irving said, “I didn’t speak to James during that time, and when I look back on my experience, I wish I could talk to him at the time, thinking that then we could look to the future together and we knew how much we were together. Qiang, I run the Cavaliers with him, and we build a better team every year.”

In 2017, Irving applied for a trade to the Cavaliers. On August 23, the Boston Celtics sent Jae Crowder, Isiah Thomas, Ante Zizic and a first-round pick from the Nets. , traded for Kyrie Irving from the Cavaliers.

“It took me six years to talk about it publicly, and I’ve been asking myself, am I doing this right? I’m leaving one of the best players in the league.”

“If it were my maturity now, looking back, I think we would definitely have won more championships because now I have a better understanding of my own behavior and I didn’t know how to share it. My emotions, but isolated myself.”

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