​With all the drama so far in this season of every's one favorite soap opera, the NBA, the Kyrie Irving saga is still the most intriguing one out there. 


After losing in his return to Cleveland and his star partner in Gordon Hayward for the season on opening night, it didn't look good for the young PG. A month later, the Cavs are falling apart more everyday, and relying on LeBron James to drop 57 to win a game, while Boston has won seven straight and is becoming one of the most dynamic offenses with Irving at the helm. 


So far, he's getting the last laugh and isn't afraid of flaunting his new position, while simultaneously throwing his former team and head coach under the bus, again.

Irving stated that: “Brad fits perfectly in terms of that because he has an intellectual mind and is an intellectual human being. It was something I was unbelievably craving in terms of what I wanted for my career."


Not so subtle Kyrie. 


The comments were clearly meant to disparage his former Head Coach Ty Lue, who he hasn't been afraid to go after since his trade to Boston. Irving and Stevens have been an ideal match, mainly because Stevens-- unlike Lue with LeBron-- won't put another star before Irving. 


Get your popcorn ready for this year's Eastern Conference Finals folks.