Irving reportedly left Cleveland to be the man, so he may have to make his impact off the court.
As far as his health goes, Irving is walking without crutches for almost a month and has been on the sidelines. Celtics coach Brad Stevens admitted he was surprised to see Kyrie without crutches less than two weeks after surgery to remove two screws from his left knee.
He also mentioned how an extension wouldn't make much sense as he'd have to leave a lot of money on the table, so his long-term future in Boston remains a bit of a mystery.
Mannix believes that Irving landing in New York is a possibility."I’ve been told [Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward will] both be going, if not full tilt, then pretty close to full tilt by the end of July, so August first-ish," Stevens said.Irving was given a 4-5 month timetable when he had a couple screws removed in April, so he appears to be on schedule for camp.But they may have had access to Yahoo members’ names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords and, in some cases, security questions and answers.The advice given for the first breach still stands. Even though Yahoo says it will notify potentially affected users, change your password anyway to make sure. Yahoo is phasing out security questions and encouraging users to sign up for their Account Key service, which can authenticate your account through your smartphone. (If, for some reason your Yahoo account still asks you security questions, change them immediately.) It shouldn’t have to be said in 2016, but people still do it, so ...