Despite all the activity that has been going on in the NBA over the past week or so, there is no bigger news than that involving Kyrie Irving and his future with the Brooklyn Nets. Right now, the departure of the seven-time All-Star from his current team has become a real possibility.

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Even more drama has now been added into this saga with Nets owner Joe Tsai getting involved. The 58-year-old billionaire just liked a random tweet that has an underlying message pertaining to how the team is always more important than any one player (h/t Legion Hoops on Twitter):

The original tweet comes from a self-professed fan of Nets general manager Sean Marks. It reads as follows:

“Just drove by Sean Marks exit on my way to work. I didn’t see white smoke. But I know that man is cooking. IN SEAN MARKS WE TRUST. Team and culture > any one player. Excited to get back to Nets basketball.”

It's very much possible that we're reading too much into this. Then again, Joe Tsai's Twitter activity could also be an indication of how he feels about all this drama. Kyrie Irving is practically holding the Nets hostage here with his refusal to sign a new deal, and this isn't the first time he's pulled off such a feat. As the team owner, Joe Tsai can't be happy about it.