The Brooklyn Nets are reportedly unhappy with Kyrie Irving’s recent absence that resulted in missing the team’s past three games.
Brooklyn’s head coach Steve Nash admitted that he had no update until Monday for Irving’s availability for the next few games.
The Association’s reporter Anthony Puccio wrote in his newsletter that the organization’s contact with Irving has been minimal. Irving has been absent from his team’s activity due to personal reason.
“How much patience does owner Joe Tsai have with Irving?” Puccio wrote. “Communication has been minimal, but the front office has made it clear that they’re unhappy with the superstar’s actions.”
This season, Irving is putting up 27.1 points, 6.1 assists and 5.3 rebounds per game. The Nets are currently 5-6 and play the New York Knicks on Wednesday.