Kyrie’s move about desire to be true point guard

New York
Contrary to widespread tongue-waggin’ that Monday morning was the first time in recorded broadcast history Stephen A. Smith spoke, and subtitles were needed for someone else, I found nothing puzzling, ambiguous, perplexing, baffling, bewildering, confusing or obscure about what Kyrie Irving said on ESPN’s First Take.

Well, maybe there was a hint of an abstract answer or two.

Nevertheless, despite intermittent zigzagging, Kyrie’s central message, repeated consistently in diverse forms, using different terms and words that translated into the same meaning, was legible to me, if nobody else.   

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