Look around the league and tell me how many starting PG's aren't "injury prone"?
He's never played a full season, this season at 64 games being his highest. He also doesn't get his injuries doing explosive things, which is a big reason guys get injured. Kyrie just seems soft. I wonder about his strength and conditioning, and if he is actually injury prone and those are question marks, it could mean a guy you can never really count on long-term.
Kyrie Irving is softer then some fresh baked muffins
Same things were said about John Wall, and now look at him; he's back in the conversation as one of the best PGs.
I think Kyrie will be juuust fine.
"I have self-doubt. I have insecurity. I have fear of failure. We all have self-doubt. You don't deny it, but you also don't capitulate to it. You embrace it. You rise above it." -Kobe Bryant
Difference being that Wall always played defense and always got his teammates involved.
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