Brian Windhorst doesn’t think Kyrie Irving only playing road games is tenable | The Jump

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The Jump’s Cassidy Hubbath, Ramona Shelburne and Brian Windhorst discuss James Harden’s comments about Kyrie Irving and if the Brooklyn Nets should only allow him to play in road games this season.

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