Is LeBron James To Blame For Kyrie Irving Trade Request? | First Take | ESPN

First Take debates whether LeBron James is to blame for the Kyrie Irving trade request.

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  • tnt1674
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    It is just amazing! Lebron fans might as well generate a new religion for him.
    Lebron plays out of his position. He takes stupid amounts of positions to himself because he wants to do so. The cleveland cavliers organization allow him to so, only because he is Lebron, the league sacred son. There is no basketball motive for it. The fact that he plays point and dribble the ball so much, pushed kyrie away to the sg position. In what team basketball regime, does one player dictate who will have the ball and when.

    Plus kyrie is one of the better offensive player the league ever seen. Lebron enjoyed some credit on the regular and post season, from that offensive phenomena. Kyrie has all the right to feel the sucker and the loser in this situation.

    But because it is Lebron, everything he does is reflected in positive light, and everything else is reflected in negative light.

    And dont get me wrong , there is no hate in my heart, it is just anger from seeing a talented player, gets crucified for wanting out from being someone supporting tree.

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