Stephen A. Smith is not letting up. After Kyrie Irving clapped back at the renowned ESPN broadcaster for all the slander he's been spewing in the Brooklyn Nets superstar's direction, Smith has now come out with another tirade against the enigmatic All-Star. This time around, Stephen A is blaming Kyrie for Kevin Durant's decision to leave Brooklyn.

According to the outspoken NBA analyst, KD's desire to be traded away from the Nets has a direct correlation with all the drama that Kyrie has brought with him to Brooklyn over the past couple of seasons. Smith has even gone as far as saying that Irving pretty much destroyed the organization:

“I feel that Kyrie Irving ruined the franchise,” Smith stated. “I feel that all of this is his doing. If Kyrie Irving had shown up to work, if he had been a more consistent presence, then he'd still be in Brooklyn. KD would still wanna be in Brooklyn. They probably might have won a championship, or at least would at least be knocking on the door again.”

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Stephen A did not hold back here. Obviously, he's pinning the blame on Kyrie for the Nets not being able to reach their full potential.

Smith then went on to say that at this point, the Nets have been given no other choice but to get as much value as they can for Durant. It is clear that KD no longer wants to be in Brooklyn, so right now, the front office is just focused on cashing in on the former league MVP.