Mavericks star Kyrie Irving drops viral tweet that will excite fans

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The Dallas Mavericks traded for Kyrie Irving back in February, and they re-signed the star point guard to a three-year extension this summer.

Re-signing Irving was the front office's main priority this summer, and they are committed to the duo of Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving for the next few seasons.

Although this duo looks great on paper, they had a rough stretch of games to end last season. Dallas plummeted in the standings and ended up missing the playoffs entirely. No one expected the Mavericks to do this, but their defense wasn't good enough to keep them in games.

Mavericks star Kyrie Irving drops viral tweet that will excite fans

Despite the Mavericks' struggles as a team, Irving looked phenomenal in games with Dallas. He averaged 27.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists, and 1.3 steals per game. Irving was an exceptional fourth-quarter performer during his time in Dallas, and he showcased his clutch gene more often than not.

Even though the Mavericks have plenty to figure out next season, and Irving and Doncic have to get on the same page, Irving is confident that this Mavericks team will have success. Here's what Irving had to say on Twitter.

In a tweet dissing Irving's track record since leaving LeBron James, Irving decided to respond, and Mavs Twitter has been loving it. The tweet went through every season that Irving has played in since leaving LeBron James, and it talked about Irving's injury history and his team's struggles in the playoffs. (Irving reached the NBA Finals multiple times next to James on the Cleveland Cavaliers and won the Finals in 2017.)

Irving's simple response was to "see what happens in the next few years." This should excite fans because Irving seems confident in the Mavericks and what they can potentially do with him on the roster.

Despite all the rumors flying this summer of Irving trying to play with James in Dallas, it seems that he has his eyes set on winning a championship in Dallas with or without James on the roster.

The Mavericks have plenty of pieces around Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving. Now it's time to put it all together and get back into the playoffs. They acquired Grant Williams, signed Seth Curry, and drafted two defensive specialists in Olivier-Maxence Prosper and Dereck Lively II.

Dallas understood what they needed to do to get better and they did it.

Will Kyrie Irving make the NBA Finals for the first time without Lebron James for the Dallas Mavericks? Can he and Luka Doncic lead the Mavericks to the promised land?

These questions will be answered next season as Irving, Doncic, and the Mavs try to make the NBA Finals for the first time since 2011. We'll have you covered with all the news and rumors surrounding the Dallas Mavericks this summer, so stay tuned.