Glen Davis Calls Kyrie Irving’s Sprain ‘Karma’ For Stomping On Lucky

'I don't even care if it's a logo. It means something to me'


Jun 14, 2021

Glen “Big Baby” Davis had a hot take Sunday night after news that Kyrie Irving had injured his right ankle.

The former Boston Celtics big commented on an Instagram post sharing news that the Brooklyn Nets guard would be ruled out the remainder of Game 4 against the Milwaukee Bucks, hilariously insinuating the sprain could be karma for that time he stomped on Lucky’s head.

Yes, we’re talking about the inanimate leprechaun on the Celtics’ logo at center court in TD Garden. People were upset about it. Glen Davis clearly was among them, doubling down in a video he posted and quickly deleted on Twitter.

But everything lives forever on the internet.

“Don’t get mad at me because Lucky got his get-back,” Davis says in the video. “I didn’t say nothing. You know what I’m saying? Karma’s a (expletive).

“I don’t even care if it’s a logo. It means something to me.”

As it turns out, Big Baby wasn’t accurate. Irving actually used his left ankle to step on Lucky’s face, but we’re here for the jokes.

Thumbnail photo via Brian Fluharty/USA TODAY Sports Images
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