- Kyrie Irving was forced to leave game 4 against the Bucks with an ankle injury
- Former Celtic Glenn “Big Baby” Davis implies that Irving’s injury was karma for stomping on the Celtics logo
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Former Celtics player Glenn “Big Baby” Davis still hasn’t forgotten about what Kyrie Irving did in Boston just a few weeks ago.
During the Celtics-Nets series, Irving was seen stomping on the face of “Lucky” the Celtics logo after a blowout win.
Kyrie appeared to step on the Boston logo as he greeted his teammates at half court postgame.
— ESPN (@espn) May 31, 2021
At the time, former Celtic Glenn “Big Baby” Davis took offense to Kyrie’s stomp and fired a shot at the Nets guard
Kevin Durant and Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis were going at it on IG after Kevin Garnett’s comments about Kyrie Irving stepping on the Celtics logo. 🤣 pic.twitter.com/pn6C4uQcUX
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) May 31, 2021
On Sunday during game 4 of the Bucks-Nets series, Irving got injured after badly spraining his ankle in the second quarter.
Kyrie Irving goes down hard after the lay-up, grabs his right leg.
Hope it's nothing serious 🙏🏽pic.twitter.com/Nb47vIsIYb
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) June 13, 2021
After the injury, Davis immediately reacted by implying Irving received karma for stomping on the Celtics logo.