Bad News! Kyrie Irving will not be eligible for awards at the end of the season for this reason
Bad news for the Dallas Mavericks and Kyrie Irving. She said the player will miss tonight's game against Dallas due to injury, and will miss his 18th game of the season. Worst of all, this absence will be a severe blow to the player, as there will be strong consequences on certain aspects.
This absence has a significant impact on Irving's eligibility for end-of-season awards in the NBA. Due to not playing in enough games, Irving no longer meets the requirements to be considered for the individual awards awarded at the end of the season.
This situation seems unfortunate, as seeing a talented player like the Dallas Mavericks' star driver miss so many games in a season impacts his ability to be recognized and rewarded for his performance in the league.
The team expressed its patience regarding Irving's return to activities, as he is expected to recover soon and be able to return to the field to contribute to his team's success in the upcoming matches. So far this season, the American player has recorded averages in the current cycle of competitions in the best basketball league in the world.
So far, the 31-year-old has numbers of 25.2 points, 5.1 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game, as well as an effective field goal percentage of 47.2% which has made him a very important piece to the Mavericks franchise.