The Kyrie Irving, Isaiah Thomas trade sparked some interesting reactions from the internet. Thomas of the Boston Celtics drives to the basket against Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game One of the 2017 NBA Eastern Conference Finals at TD Garden May 17, 2017 in Boston. Getty Images

The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics finalized a blockbuster trade, sending All-Star guard Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics and All-Star guard Isaiah Thomas to the Cavaliers Tuesday. The move sparked noise from the internet and generated a myriad of memes and videos.

Irving, whose trade request went public last month, came on the heels of devastating NBA Finals loss to the Golden State Warriors. Irving, who played beside superstar LeBron James for three years, reached the Finals all three of those years. Irving famously netted the go-ahead 3-pointer that lifted the Cavaliers to a 2016 NBA title.

But all those accomplishments seemed to be irrelevant to Irving, who wanted to step out of James’ shadow and lead a team of his own. The internet seemingly turned the trade into a joke when users generated a myriad of memes and videos at Irving's expense.

The internet’s reach didn’t stop there. James, whose Cavaliers’ future is perhaps anything but promised, also caught the brunt of the internets’ jest.

James, who famously caught shade from Cavaliers fans for taking his talents to Miami in 2010, chimed in on Irving's departure after a fan tweeted a video of Irving’s former Cavilers jersey on the ground.

The video ostensibly mimicked a video of a fan that had burned James' Cavaliers jersey in 2010 after he exited Clevland.

Irving averaged 21.6 points, 3.4 rebounds and 5.6 assists during his NBA career. Thomas, Irving’s replacement, averaged 19.1 points, 2.6 rebounds and 5.2 assists throughout his career.

The Celtics, who gave up Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and the Brooklyn Nets' 2018 unprotected first-round pick to secure Irving, now has only four players who contributed to the 53-win season that got them into the playoffs this year.

The Celtics also dealt away key contributors Avery Bradley, Kelly Olynyk and Amir Johnson in July, picked up All-Star forward Gordon Hayward, along with role players Jayson Tatum and Marcus Morris.

The Cavaliers reached to various teams, looking to unload Irving in exchange for similar assets. According to reports, the San Antonio Spurs, LA Clippers, Phoenix Suns, Minnesota Timberwolves, New York Knicks, and Miami Heat were among teams who made offers to the Cavaliers for Irving in July.

According to a report from the Undefeated Wednesday, the Cavaliers offered to trade Irving for 3-point marksman Klay Thompson, to which the Warriors apparently scoffed.

The team was reportedly uninterested in the trade and instead, remained steadfast on keeping its core group of proven talents together. Twitter caught wind of that prospective trade and seemingly scoffed as well.