If you’re one of those those who believe the World is circular, best wishes. You’re in almost all of the inhabitants who believes so.
But Kyrie Irving can’t associate with that type of considering.
In a latest podcast overall look with team members Channing Frye and Rich Jefferson, Frye used a curveball by asking if his other Hardi bros advocated whether aliens are available -- and Irving one-upped him, asking the team if they deemed the World is circular.
He set himself up for a head-scratching response to his own query.
“This is not even a fringe movement concept,” Irving said. “The World is smooth.”
When pushed on a reaction that, for the history, is plain incorrect, Irving went off the tracks and held responsible “particular groups” that he did not name which he believes want to persuade us the World is, actually, circular.
Said Irving: “It’s before our encounters. I’m informing you, it’s before our encounters. They lie to us.
“What I’ve been trained is that our planet is circular. But if you really think about it from a scenery of the way we journey, the way we shift and the proven reality that, can you really think of us spinning around the sun and all planet's arranged, spinning in particular schedules, being verticle with respect with what’s going on with these planets?”
Almost in shock with his honest reaction, Rich Jefferson asked: “How are you going to put the phrase ‘planets’ in quotations?”
“Because, everything that they deliver — or that they want to say they’re delivering — doesn’t return,” Irving reasoned. “There is no tangible details except for the details that they’re providing us. They’re particularly placing you in the route of what to believe and what not to believe. The fact is right there, you just got to go looking it up.”