Kyrie Irving is coming home.
The West Orange, New Jersey native will be playing across the river in Brooklyn for the next four years.
The former Cav and Celtic explained the move in a social media video, which included the sounds of former Net Owner JAY-Z's track "PSA."
"Home is where my heart is. And it’s always been there.” 🔥— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) July 1, 2019
-Kyrie is ready to start his journey in Brooklyn. (via kyrieirving/IG) pic.twitter.com/Rdayjwpx8x
"It was, fourth grade, I had just gotten done watching the Nets in the Finals and when I knew that this is a dream that I want to fulfill. I had to manifest that, I had to go get it. In my heart, I knew I always wanted to play at home. And home is where my heart is. And it's always been there," Irving explained.
Irving also switched representation to Hov's Roc Nation:
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