Kyrie Irving on Ramadan is the greatest athlete of all time

Written by Noah Gagnon

Kyrie Irving might have just turned in one of the greatest basketball games I’ve ever seen. He went for 34 points, didn’t miss a shot until like halfway through the third quarter, and he did it all on an empty stomach because he’s fasting for Ramadan. This guy’s a super hero.

If I don’t have a meal all day, I can barely sit through a college lecture without fighting the urge to jump out the window. Kyrie doesn’t eat and forgets how to miss a shot. I don’t know how long Ramadan lasts, and I’m too lazy to research, but I really hope he keeps these habits throughout the postseason because the guy can’t miss.

Imagine what he’s gonna do when he’s on an empty stomach, already in a bad mood, and then he’s getting booed by the Boston animals all night long. He might get pissed off and score 100. I can’t wait for him to stick it to those Boston scumbags.

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Noah Gagnon

19-year-old student. MMA Enthusiast. 2014 Bedminster Middle School Boys Mile Run Second Place. BJJ White Belt. Kind Guy.