Kyrie's probably thinking "See? Courtside tickets. What I tell you?"
A redditor made me laugh
Since when did hockey become such a girl peepee sport. Some highlights from the thread so far:
ok, trade him now
I have a question for all of the "you can like a player and disagree with their politics" people. Where is the line, then? At what point do a player's political views so egregiously conflict with the culture of the team that it's a problem? Because I can imagine that the line for many people is comfortably short of a fricking Thin Blue Line/Blue Lives Matter hat. Whether you like it or not, sports and politics do intersect. And the character of a team's players is both relevant to the organization and informed by their off-ice/field behaviour. ETA: He's also wearing a Canucks shirt. So yeah, he is fully representing the team and responsible for the image he puts out there. If I were the Canucks FO I would be pissed to have the team brand associated with this nonsense.
Meanwhile Garland follows an account on Twitter called "Libs of Tik Tok",
Uh hello, based department?
Nice hat Miller, you douchebag.
A white, male athlete with uninformed opinions developed in a privileged environment. Not surprised. Disgusted, but not surprised.
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