The Earth is round.
Don’t let the Golden State Warriors blowing a 3-1 lead against the Cleveland Cavaliers distract you from the fact that Kyrie Irving believes the Earth is flat.
The Cavaliers guard revealed in The Road Trippin’ podcst with RJ and Channing that he does not believe the Earth is a celestial globe.
He goes on to call out “particular groups” that “provide education” that allows the masses to accept this as fact. The only thing is that Irving doesn’t really expand on who are these particular groups adamantly indoctrinating adults and children everywhere. Why doesn’t Kyrie tell us more? Is he afraid of calling these organizations out or ... is he part of them?
Irving also says history is history to justify it, which just circular reasoning. You can say the Earth is flat because the Earth is flat. Conversely, you can also say the Earth is round because it is round.
At All-Star media availability, he doubled down on it.
Look, we all have our beliefs, but they’re also beliefs because they can’t be debunked. This definitely can.
Wilson Chandler of the Denver Nuggets also agrees Irving on this conspiracy theory.
"I agree with him" - Wilson Chandler