Kyrie Irving left Game 4 against the Bucks in Milwaukee with an ankle injury (see Tweet from the Brooklyn Nets below).
After the injury, former Boston Celtics player Glen Davis sent out a rude comment on Instagram, and that comment from Davis can be seen below from Twitter account @CelticsGRD.
Davis is referencing the video that Twitter account @yornoc74 posted during the first round of the NBA Playoffs of Irving appearing to stomp on the logo at half-court on the Celtics' floor.
Here was Twitter's reaction to Davis and his inappropriate comment.
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