The truth is out there, people. Just ask Kyrie Irving.

The Cleveland point guard extraordinaire is really good at this basketball thing.
However, his grasp of geography and irrefutable scientific fact is murky at best.

Dude thinks the Earth is flat.

Is the ultimate truth of social media that it's forced us to conclude we're vacillating between alternate realities? And one of them is just too damn messed up for one spiffy little snarky sports site to actually comprehend

It's enough to make us wonder who's snarking whom these days?

We're doing our part to fight the good fight, though, like offering this true fact, complements of Fanorama:

You can put keys on this Manchester United chain for only $16.95.

Manchester United key chain

The truth is out there, and it starts right here.





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