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Former Brooklyn Nets coach Amar’e Stoudemire had some parting shots for Kyrie Irving while revealing he was no longer on Steve Nash’s coaching staff.
Stoudemire appeared on ESPN’s “First Take” Thursday and detailed just how much Irving’s absence hurt the Nets. Irving refused to get a coronavirus vaccination and was ruled out by the organization at the start of the season. He returned to play away games before New York City dropped its mandate.
“I think it hurt us. It definitely hurt us because we didn’t have consistency enough with Kyrie to build chemistry with the group, with the team,” Stoudemire said, via Nets Daily. “He’s playing only away games depending which city it is … can’t play in New York … therefore we had…
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