NBA Playoffs Nets-Bucks: Glen Davis With a Rude Response to Kyrie Irving's Injury

Kyrie Irving hurt his ankle in Game 4 against the Milwaukee Bucks.
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Kyrie Irving hurt his ankle in Game 4, and had to leave the the game in the first half (the Nets lost 107-96 and the Tweet from the Nets can be seen below).

After the injury, former Boston Celtics player Glen Davis had a rude response on Instagram. 

The comment from Davis can be seen below from Twitter account @CelticsGRD.

Davis is referencing to when Twitter account @yornoc74 posted a video during the first-round of the NBA Playoffs of Irving appearing to stomp on the logo at half court on the Celtics' court. 

The Brooklyn Nets were 2-point favorites on the road against the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday for Game 4, according to FanDuel.

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