Kyrie Irving Celebrated Making NBA Finals By Hitting Anderson Varejao In The Nuts

Kyrie Irving had a 25-minute limit heading into Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Atlanta Hawks. He tested the ailing knee during the morning shootaround and again before tip-off. It was the first time Irving was cleared to play since the series opener because of tendinitis in his knee. He would only need to play 21 minutes as the Cavs routed the Hawks by 30 with a 118-88 drumming. That left the star point guard with plenty of energy to celebrate his team’s sweep that put them into the NBA Finals.

It appears that he was so excited that he tapped Cavs center Anderson Varejao right in the bollocks. CUP CHECK! Talk about insult to injury for Varejao, who is out for the year with an Achilles tear.