The Brooklyn Nets entered halftime 67-50 Wednesday night in Madison Square Garden against the Knicks.
As the team walked through the tunnel, Kyrie Irving exchanged words with a fan, and the clip of what happened can be seen in the tweet embedded below from ESPN’s SportsCenter.
The Nets went out and won the second half by 29 points, and the final score was 110-98 in favor of the Nets.
Irving finished the win with 24 points, eight rebounds and seven assists.
The Nets improved to 42-38 this season, making them the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference.
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