Kyrie Irving and Dennis Schroder have a history of drama on and off the court.

In the featured matchups between these two top point guards in the league, it’s hard not to notice that the two raise their game when Kyrie Irving and Dennis Schroder face off.

After a 2021 encounter in which both were ejected during a game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets, Schroder now finds himself as the starting point guard for the franchise Irving once played for.

Given that Schroder and Irving kept up with each other’s scoring prowess throughout the contest, the ejection of the two may have been excessive, preventing a potentially wild finish in Brooklyn. So instead of continuing their back-and-forth on the court, the two took it to social media. Here’s what Irving had to say about the exchange the two had in the game.

As for Schroder, he immediately made a video explaining why he can no longer wear Irving’s signature shoes, kicks he enjoyed wearing before their verbal exchange in 2021. Today, the Nets guard has his own collection with Puma, recently collaborating for a World Cup. Cup edition of the shoes of him.

Schroder took home tournament MVP for the 2023 FIBA ​​World Cup, an award Irving once held in 2014, on his way to leading Germany to its first World Cup. With Irving making a deep run into the playoffs with his new team, the Dallas Mavericks, you can’t help but wonder who has been the more disciplined floor general between the two since his double ejections.

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