The Brooklyn Nets long ago safely secured their spot in the 2021 NBA Playoffs. But for Kyrie Irving, there’s at least one more bit of unfinished business for him in the regular season, and that’s securing an extra bag of cash.

I now give you Bobby Marks of ESPN to break it down for us:

See, Kyrie Irving is currently sitting on a total of 149 3-pointers made in 53 games played so far this season. That’s good for 2.8 triples per game, which would have boosted his bank account already by $131,250, to be exact, had the season ended on Saturday when Kyrie Irving drilled three triples on seven attempts in a 105-91 home win over the Chicago Bulls.

But the thing is that Irving is expected to play in the regular-season finale against his old team, the Cleveland Cavaliers at home, on Sunday night, as already reported by Marks’ colleague, Malika Andrews. That would mean he’d end up playing 54 games this season.

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If we’re doing the math here correctly, Irving needs to bury at least a trio of 3-pointers in order for him to unlock that fat bonus.

If I were Irving, I would just start chucking the ball from the get-go and just be over with it in the first quarter. Knocking down at least three 3-pointers doesn’t seem like a particularly difficult task, especially when facing a team like the Cavs, who have a bigger incentive to lose than play solid defense and try to win this contest.

In two previous games against the Cavs this season, Kyrie Irving went 7-of-17 from behind the arc.

It looks like Uncle Drew’s about to see his net worth expand a bit more.