Just curious to get people's opinions, (and maybe this thread could be a respository for memorable comments) about what they think about things that Kyrie says, or at least tries to say. Feel free to speculate on his "true" meaning, if he says things which are simply too obscure or incoherent.
Me personally, I am already taking a weird pleasure out of watching him try (and probably fail) to cleverly deal with these nasty LeBron questions. There are also times where his speech is kind of Shakespearean (or Carrollian) or something (replying to the question of how his experience getting to know LeBron has helped him fit into his new situation): "Well it definitely attributes to figuring out how patient you are at that moment, and how much you have to be, with being, like I talked about that newness of learning that individual or that environment".
That is quite lovely, but virtually meaningless. Mind you a lot of literature went over my head as a kid. I once tried to read Ulysees. It took me 6 months. I have no idea to this day what happened, or what anything meant, but I think I enjoyed it. Welcome to Boston Kyrie. I look forward to everything.