Kyrie Irving was in a giving mood before he and the rest of the Brooklyn Nets played the Chicago Bulls — and it looks like karma paid him and his team back a few hours later.
The Nets’ superstar point guard was greeted by a group of fans Saturday in Chi-Town, where we’re told Kyrie took some time to chop it up with a group of youngsters. He went even further than that though … handing out cold hard cash to the kids too.
TMZ Sports got a hold of video showing KI handing out what appears to be hundred dollar bills to the group that had congregated around the team bus. It looks like he dishes out a few bills he’s got on hand, and toward the end … seems to give away a stack.
Check it out … Kyrie asks who’s in charge of the group of kids — and it seems like an adult answers him off-camera. Kyrie hands that person what looks to be more than just one hundred dollar bill … and tells them to take care of the kids with it. Super nice, right?!
Well, it looks like the universe paid it forward soon afterward … ’cause Kyrie’s Nets squeaked out a win against the hometown team WITHOUT him being on the court.
He sat out for Saturday’s game to due to a shoulder injury — the first game he’s missed as a Net since joining the team in the off-season. Good deeds equal good results … noted.