Kyrie got worked
I understand it's a pick up game. I also acknowledge that Kyrie may not have gave it 100 to jeopardize getting hurt, but when you play the average joe your rep is on the line because that person has more notoriety to gain.
That kid is gonna be talking about taking it to Kyrie for years to come lol....Kyrie obviously just having fun
That dude had some nice shots, but I mean, Kyrie doesn't even play defense during the season lol I don't see him trying now. Does something like this really skew your view of how great of a player he is? It was that dude's 15 minutes of fame to gain, not Kyrie's to lose.
You clearly overlooked... "I also acknowledge that Kyrie may not have gave it 100 to jeopardize getting hurt"
not taking away from what jeremy did, he had some nice drives and was in the ZONE shooting.....but they clearly edited it to highlight kyrie's misses and jeremy's makes
The Watkins kid clearly has some skill, and range, but he was making some of the luckiest shots I've seen in a while. I mean he had, what, 4 long ass three's in this video? And two of them had a hand in his face. And that falling out of bounds, Kyrie all over him, high glass, banked in 3? That one was bananas. That was fun to watch though and gives me someone to look at (I live in Durham and have never heard of this kid). Thanks
yea he was hurling those up. You could tell he was surprised when the second one banked in.
Just looked him up.... In 2011 he was a Fr. at Ocean County Community College in Toms River, NJ.
didnt look like kyrie tried to play defense at all. when the other guy was trying his hardest.
They obviously pieced all of Kyrie's misses together and all the other guy's buckets to make it seem that guy beat him in a landslide victory. Honestly, all I saw from this kid was dribble face-up jumpshot. That fact his shots were falling was impressive, but Kyrie still dominated him on the drive.
I don't think that is the case. This was likely filmed with a cell phone, and pretty quickly uploaded afterwards or the next day. I'm assuming.