​During his NBA career, Kyrie Irving has had his fair share of air-headed moments with the media -- publicly criticizing LeBron James and he just recently apologized for his bizarre comments on the earth being flat. 

Well, after Sunday night's loss to the Trail Blazers, Irving was back at it, only this time he made an absent-minded comment about a veteran presence in the locker room. Check it out:

​​He continued to say, "We're not as good as we think we are. It's real basketball now, so it's not just about the potential of the team or where we'll be at the end of the season."

Um...earth to ​Kyrie (pun intended). Are you aware that ​Al Horford, a 32-year-old, 11-year ​NBA veteran is a member of the Celtics organization? Arguably the most consistent center on both ends of the floor in the league for the last decade? THE DISRESPECT. 

Kyrie the player: entertaining and must-watch television. 

Kyrie speaking to the media: unpredictable and flat out erroneous. 

These are comments that would more often than not do serious harm to a locker room, BUT Al Horford is a star VETERAN and will know how to handle the situation in a professional manner.