User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. A report from the Boston Globe said he "essentially ghosted" the Celtics, who landed Irving in a trade with the Cavaliers in August 2017.
"He's a guy that I kind of look at as a guy with a point guard's mind", Stevens said.
During an appearance on the "Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective" podcast, ESPN's Jackie MacMullan reported that Irving "didn't like living in Boston", or really any part of Boston as the Celtics' season winded down in massively disappointing fashion.
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I'm told that Nikola Vucevic is going to be one of the top priorities potentially for the Boston Celtics in July, and for the Celtics that meant shedding some salary and now they can prioritze signing a big man to replace Al Horford and also try to prioritize Terry Rozier, who's a restricted free agent in July.
Once Irving leaves - it seems like Brooklyn is his most likely destination - it's possible we learn even more details about his strained relationships in Boston and why an era that started with so much hope and promise fizzled out in a disappointing end that featured more finger-pointing than success. He didn't like living in Boston.
Becoming the sixth Hoosier to be drafted into the Boston Celtics organization, Langford had this to say in his post draft press conference. "By the end, he had issues with Brad (Stevens). By the end, he had issues with pretty much all of us".