A week and a half after the NBA world learned Kyrie Irving had requested a trade out of Cleveland, it’s quite possible the only thing keeping the four-time All-Star in a Cavs uniform is a 6-8 kid from Detroit with big hair and even bigger potential.
Suns rookie Josh Jackson is a sticking point in any trade for Irving, according to a report from Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com. Jackson, point guard Eric Bledsoe and a 2018 first-round pick would be the potential package heading back to the Cavs in exchange for Irving’s services. A source told Cleveland.com If that [Bledsoe, a first-round pick and Jackson] deal for Irving was there, it’d be done by now.
But McGregor didn’t stop there. He posted another comment that said, Now, why am I rocking C.J. when I don’t know or give a about basketball. I dribble heads on the floor. Not a ball. This is no game here, kid.
The amount of shade here is amazing. First of all, it’s highly unlikely McGregor is oblivious to who Green is he was with the Warriors during all three of the championship runs in the past three years and is a two-time champ.
The fact that McGregor wore a Watson jersey is likely not a coincidence, either.
The mother of three of Mayweather’s children, Josie Harris, was reportedly linked to Watson in 2010, and Mayweather and Harris got into an altercation over her alleged relationship with him. He was jailed on domestic assault charges after their son called police.
McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr. are set to fight on Aug. 26 in what has been dubbed as a mega fight. The smack talk has been raging for months, with the pair going on a four-city tour to bash each other and promote the match.