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He also opened a much more public, street level court with Kyrie Irving's image painted on the ground in the same city. This rep. is a huge Celtics fan.
"My hair, man," Irving answered. "They gave me like I was losing my hair, the back of my hair. I was like, 'Bro, I'm not losing my hair.'"Kyrie also recalled being frustrated with the game initially listing him as a 90 overall."They also completely disrespected me in terms of giving me a 90," Irving said. "I was just like, 'Bro, how am I gonna be the cover athlete and I'm a 90?'"
Most likely, that would not have been the case. Yet, as the Celtics’ Twitter account briefly tweeted on Monday morning (it appears the original tweet was deleted), that’s exactly the case.According to a chart from Tweeps Map, the highest percentage of Celtics followers by country goes like this: United States: 56.4 percent Philippines: 4.37 percent United Kingdom: 3.05 percent Brazil: 2.88 percent Canada: 2.08 percentThe pleasant surprise of this list has to be the Philippines ranking second overall. Given that the Celtics have 1.7 million Twitter followers, we can establish that approximately 74,290 of those people live in the Philippines. It’s a slightly staggering statistic, and one that offers no immediate explanation.
When I saw the headline I figured Manny Pacquioa. Isn't he a celtic supporter, or am I mis-remembering?