“Best Man in the NBA”: Kyrie Irving’s selfless performance for the New York School during Thanksgiving week deserves applause from the NBA world

Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving has come under criticism in recent weeks. Fans and analysts blamed Irving for his actions. The team’s struggles were also pinned on him due to his subsequent suspension by the Nets. But it looks like the NBA world is starting to change its stance on the seven-time All-Star.

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Irving is back on the starting lineup and doing whatever he can to help the Brooklyn Nets win. The Nets have won two of their three games so far since his return. But that’s not all Kyrie Irving is doing these days.

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Kyrie Irving helps others in need

Irving has constantly helped people in need off the pitch. And he recently decided to help even more people this Thanksgiving week. Irving reportedly stopped by an elementary school in New York this week and donated $60,000.

11/22/2022; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving (11) dribbles Philadelphia 76ers guard De’Anthony Melton (8) in the first quarter at the Wells Fargo Center. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The school is actually the oldest black Muslim school in New York City. And Irving’s kind gesture is being highlighted by NBA fans online.

Fans took note of Irving’s gesture and praised him for his actions.

a fan tweeted, “Best person in the NBA.” While another fan commented, “Kyrie has always been that type of guy. But the media narrative is against him.”

Here are some more reactions from NBA Twitter:

The media narrative surrounding Kyrie Irving has arguably been negative lately due to his controversial actions.

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Irving pursues his charity work

Although speaking his mind has caused him all these problems, he is doing everything he can to improve it. Irving also recently donated large sums of money to two families who had lost loved ones.

Check out this story – All the Unexpected Things Brooklyn Nets’ Kyrie Irving can’t live without

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He decided to help the family of Shanquella Robinson, a woman who died under suspicious circumstances in Mexico. And he also helped the family of Devin Chandler, who was the victim of a school shooting.

The seven-time All-Star now lets actions speak for themselves. Fans will hope he keeps up the good work and continues to help the Brooklyn Nets in the best way he can.

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