Kyrie Irving does not hate Sean Marks or Steve Nash: agent

Nets star Kyrie Irving wants to make it clear he does not hate coach Steve Nash or general manager Sean Marks despite what a source told The Post about his feelings Monday. “I am not sure where this narrative is coming from but Kyrie does not hate Steve nor Sean. That’s not a part of his being nor how he represents himself in the world. He’s about peace, love and acceptance,” his agent and stepmother Shetallia Riley Irving told The Post. Kyrie Irving’s agent insists the Nets star ‘does not hate’ coach Steve Nash. Charles Wenzelberg / New York Post “Kyrie Irving hates ...

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