After the odd incident involving Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving and, well, some bed bugs prior to their game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Hilton Hotels have issued an apology.

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According to an ESPN report, the Skirvin Hilton have worked with the Oklahoma City-County Health Department to ensure the flawless condition of the room.

“The comfort of our guests is a top priority, and we are very sorry to hear about Mr. Irving’s stay. Since bedbugs can be easily transmitted anywhere and are often lodged in luggage or on clothing, our hotel maintains high levels of vigilance and we perform regular inspections.”

“We actually had the company come out first thing [Monday] morning, and we found it was an isolated case in the one room, and we’re taking the necessary steps to remediate the problem.”

Irving played only nine minutes in their visit to the Chesapeake Energy Arena, due to what happened at the hotel, but the rest of the Cavaliers were able to make his absence seem irrelevant as they trounced the stunned Thunder.