Watch Colin Cowherd discuss the recent news that Kyrie Irving and the Nets have reportedly reached an ‘impasse’ regarding his future with the team, as Colin plays a segment of ‘If the Sneaker Fits: Kyrie Irving Edition’, and rates which NBA teams would make the best destination for the disenchanted and aloof future Hall of Famer.
Here were Colin’s projections:
Brooklyn Nets? NOT A FIT
Chicago Bulls? NOT A FIT
Dallas Mavericks? NOT A FIT
Los Angeles Clippers? GOOD FIT
Los Angeles Lakers? GOOD FIT
Miami Heat? NOT A FIT
New York Knicks? GOOD FIT
Philadelphia 76ers? NOT A FIT
Utah Jazz? NOT A FIT
“I think the Clippers are probably the best fit because Kawhi and Paul George are excellent and versatile wing defenders. This is what we’ve always said about the Warriors – Steph doesn’t have to be a great defender because Draymond, Wiggins, and Andre Iguodala are such great defenders that you can compensate for it. This team has elite wing defenders and a lot of versatility on their roster 'to' defend. What they don’t always have is -- who generates their offense? I don’t like it when Kawhi does and it always feels clunky to me. They need somebody to generate offense, get Paul George jumpers, get Kawhi the ball in space, so I think Kyrie is a great fit. They also have Terance Mann, Reggie Jackson, and Kyrie played with Marcus Morris and they played pretty well together.”
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