Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtics wizard, has been a tweet about how he has been lost forever of a Thanksgiving House after a Wednesday game, saying he has gone too far with his ideas.
After a happy Thanksgiving was requested by a reporter after the loss of Celtics & 117-119 to New Knicks Knicks, Irving said he did not; celebrating the holidays before saying "F — Thanksgiving."
On Thursday, Irving took a bigger touch.
There is no responsibility for the Holiday and those that are considered to be respected. I am grateful for the time we can all share with our families. We are always ONE. ??
– Kyrie Irving (@KyrieIrving) November 22, 2018
Irving's told to NBC Sports Boston that his affairs with holidays come from American Native American heritage.
His mother was descended from the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. Over the last few years, Irving has embraced his heritage, and includes tattooing the crest of the tribe behind his neck
In August, Irving took part in the service called Lakota and was called "Little Mountain".