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Kyrie Irving: Career Defining Statistic?
« on: August 27, 2021, 11:19:36 PM »

Offline Ed Monix

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Kyrie Irving has missed 27% of his career and has yet to complete a season where he doesn't miss at least 10 games.

Irving has missed 261 out of a possible 950 games since his freshman year at Duke University.

He is eligible for a 4-year $182M extension this offseason.

Season    Team      GM*     Reason for GM
2011      Duke          26     Toe
2012      Cleveland   15      Shoulder
2013      Cleveland   23      Shoulder & Finger
2014      Cleveland   11      Biceps & Knees
2015      Cleveland   14      Knees & Shoulder
2016      Cleveland   29      Knee
2017      Cleveland   10      Hamstring
2018      Boston       41      Quad, Shoulder, & Knee
2019      Boston       15      Hips, Knees, & Thigh
2020      Brooklyn    56      Shoulder
2021      Brooklyn    21      Ankle, Back, Birthday, Coronavirus


* Games Missed (Including Playoffs)

Information sourced via reddit nba
« Last Edit: August 28, 2021, 09:52:18 PM by Ed Monix »
5' 10" former point guard

Career highlight: 1973-74 championship, Boston Celtics

Career lowlight: traded for a washing machine

Re: Kyrie Irving: Career Defining Statistic?
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2021, 03:27:18 AM »

Offline LilRip

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Even if he played all his games, hell still quit on his team. His attitude is more of a red flag than anything, Id say
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