One Cavaliers fan really wanted to show how he really didn't want Kyrie Irving to leave Cleveland on Saturday night. During the Cavs' game against the Clippers, a man wearing a shirt that said "Kyrie Don't Leave" walked onto the court and interrupted play.
Irving was standing at the top of the key as Andrew Bynum missed a jumper when the man walked over and tapped the him on the shoulder. The former No. 1 overall draft pick jogged back on defense as Chris Paul dribbled down the court and suddenly stopped to allow security to grab the fan.
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“He just said ‘Kyrie, don’t leave. Just a prideful Cleveland fan. I love them," Irving said after the game, per The Plain Dealer.
Perhaps the fan didn't see a young fan ask Irving if he was "going to leave us like LeBron left us" back in October.
"Um, no, I won't leave," Irving said. The 21-year-old will become a restricted free agent in 2015.