In the city of Miami, the player everyone always seems to be talking about is Heat shooting guard Dion Waiters. The guard has found his way into many of basketball fans’ hearts with his cocky play style and confidence in which he plays the game of basketball with.
Subsequently, Waiters will be tasked with helping the Heat return to the playoffs after barely missing the playoffs this past season. One player that could be a huge help in Miami is Waiters’ old teammate on the Cleveland Cavaliers, Kyrie Irving. Waiters joined HipHopSince1987 before his “Made in Philly” party to discuss the possibilities of Irving joining the Heat.
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“It would help. I’m not against that,” Waiters said of a possible move by the Heat to acquire Irving. “Just know, there’s an alpha male over there too in myself. I think that’s the biggest thing with everybody – oh he’s got irrational confidence. Like I tell everybody man, I come from [Philadelphia]. If I can make it from here I can make it anywhere.”
“My Mom got shot. My Dad got shot. Come on bro, ain’t nothing I ain’t ever seen. Why not? I need that confidence every day to get through. It’s got nothing to do with ball. It’s who I am. It was instilled in me. Just know there’s an alpha male over there already. [Irving] can come down and we can boogie together.”
Watch the entire interview with Dion Waiters below.