Andrew Slater is at it again, this time bringing BDN Premium members an in depth interview with hot prospect Kyrie Irving. Join now to see what you are missing!
Kyrie Irving is a 6’2″ guard for St. Patrick’s of Elizabeth, New Jersey, having transferred in from the more gentrified Montclair Kimberley Academy after his sophomore season. Kyrie’s father, Drederick, played for the Boston University
Terriers in the mid-1980s. Mr. Irving, a Bronx native, left BU as its all-time leading scorer after losing to the Duke Blue Devils in the 1988 NCAA Tournament by a final score of 85-69. He has since been inducted into the Boston University Hall of Fame and is currently the second highest scorer in Terrier history.
Over the past week, Kyrie has led his Celtics to impressive wins over previously undefeated and nationally second-ranked St. Benedict’s of Newark, NJ, 88-62 and the USA Today’s tenth best “East” squad, Pennsbury of Fairless Hills, PA, 39-35. He spoke with Blue Devil Nation after both wins. The first portion of the interview was done in the hallway to the Rutgers locker room following the Celtics biggest win of the season, while the second half took place at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ after a win in which Kyrie Irving was named Most Outstanding Player for the victors.
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