Kyrie Irving comments on Stephen Curry’s moon-landing theory

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It was just a matter of time before Flat-Earth truther Kyrie Irving chimed in on Stephen Curry’s previous comments indicating that he doesn’t believe we landed on the moon.

While Curry has since stated that he was joking, the two-time NBA MVP has received a ton of criticism for his comments. This comes on the heels of Irving previously noting that he believes Planet Earth is flat.

Needless to say, Irving’s comments on this situation will raise some eyebrows. Why? Well, we’re glad you asked. Said comments seem to be nothing more than gibberish.

“Steph Curry says he doesn’t believe in the moon, it’s on CNN and they say we’re just jocks, we’re just athletes but it’s on Your channel,” Irving said, via Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe. “We’re (thinkers) but you don’t want us to be that, so whomever You is, I don’t know what that mold is.”

There’s many GIFs we could use in response. But one stands out. “Wut?”

Precisely what is Irving attempting to convey here? We’re thinking that Irving is referring to comments previously made by a political pundit telling NBA players to “shut up and dribble.” But we can’t be entirely too sure.

Does this mean Irving buys into the conspiracy theory that the 1969 moon landing was made up in a Hollywood studio? Heck, we’re wondering if it’s possible for an object to take off from a flat planet and land on Swiss cheese.

Only time will tell. Until then, we have science.