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Fear the Links: How Kyrie Irving might fit in Boston

That and more in today’s later than normal links.

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Happy Wednesday, everyone. Here’s today’s links that are coming to you just a bit later than normal.

At ESPN, Zach Lowe not only reported that the Bucks have an offer out there for Kyrie Irving, but also dove deep into how Kyrie might fit with the Celtics. Considering that the Celtics might offer Irving the most offensive structure he’s ever had, it’ll be interesting to see how, and if, he changes.

For those of you looking forward to EuroBasket starting this week, SB Nation’s Tom Ziller explains why the players are getting screwed over by lower quality refs. And remember: Cavs prospects Cedi Osman and Ante Zizic are playing for Turkey and Croatia, respectively.

SB Nation MLB lays out why the Indians might be the best team in the AL. And at Lets Go Tribe, here’s one flaw in the otherwise perfect Corey Kluber. Remember to go read Lets Go Tribe as we get closer to playoff baseball.

SB Nation’s Andi Thomas runs down what the top Premier League teams need to do before the transfer window closes. Even reading about Arsenal makes me sad, but also happy because Go Spurs.

Lastly, The Athletic’s Zac Jackson wrote about the Browns cutting Joe Haden, who was so down with Cavs during his whole time in Cleveland.