“I want Kyrie Irving to succeed”

Became official last night, the transfer of Kyrie Irving to Dallas is now final. For Nets coach Jacque Vaughn, there is no point in having resentment for his now former point guard. On the contrary, since the Brooklyn technician wishes the best to Uncle Drew. It would almost make us cry all that.

A very hilly adventure as that of Kyrie Irving with the Nets. Which nevertheless leaves a positive taste in the mind of Jacques Vaughn. The leader left without a title, and with big extra-sporting setbacks in mind in the memory he will leave. However, the Nets coach appreciated having under his command the so-called Kai. And said it without a second thought after the defeat of his family at the Clippers, in remarks collected by ESPN.

“I liked coaching him. I want him to succeed. It’s as simple as that for me. We have had some ups and downs along the way together. I also saw him register 60 points. I also saw him bring his children into the locker room. I also saw him become a better being and a better teammate than when I first met him. So for me, I will always look at the positive in people and wish them the best. And I want him to succeed. He is no longer with us, but I liked this period” – Jacque Vaughn

At the same time, the arrival of Jacque Vaughn allowed the Nets to begin a fantastic turn that will lead them to a month of December marked by a big domination over all their opponents. So much so that we had almost made them favorites for the title again.

It was finally nothing with the injury of Kevin Durant, but Jacque Vaughn gives credit to the attitude of his leader, which allowed him to take the lead as a technician. Vaughn will now have to make do with Spencer Dinwiddie and Dorian Finney-Smith, but looks back on the past three months with Uncle Drew with positivity. And that is still beautiful.

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Source : ESPN

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