Kyrie’s future with the Cleveland Cavaliers is uncertain after the Celtics traded him to the Brooklyn Nets last month, but the NBA has been keeping a close eye on Kyrie.
Kyrie, who signed a five-year, $144 million contract in the summer of 2016, has been under scrutiny from fans for a few weeks now.
It has been speculated that the Cavs would part ways with Kyrie as the trade deadline approaches.
However, the Cavs have maintained their decision to retain Kyrie was based on both the player and his value to the team, as well as his potential to develop into an All-Star.
Kyri’s deal with the Nets was not a done deal and it has been rumored that the team could re-sign him as part of the deal.
It appears that Kyrie is staying put in Brooklyn.
According to reports, the Celtics and Nets have agreed on a deal that will see Irving join Kyrie in Brooklyn and become a free agent after the 2019-20 season.
Irving was the most popular player on the Nets during the NBA All-star break and has long been the face of the franchise.
His numbers have been disappointing as he has only averaged 17.3 points, 9.8 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game during the break.
This has not been a healthy stretch for Irving and the Nets have been working to re-tool their roster to compete for a playoff spot.
The Nets have also been linked to another player in the free agency process who has been mentioned by the Cavs and Celtics.
In the latest version of the NBA trade deadline report, the Nets and Cavaliers are linked to a deal for the Atlanta Hawks’ forward Kyle Korver, which could result in the Hawks retaining Korver for the 2018-19 season.
This could make for an interesting deal as it would be the biggest trade in the history of the trade window and could give the Celtics the best shot at retaining Korcher.
The Hawks have already announced that they are moving forward with Korver in the offseason.
As the Celtics have been struggling to find their shot, Korver could help bring some stability to the frontcourt.
If the trade is done, the Hawks could acquire Korver and re-up their frontcourt to make the deal easier.
Boston Celtics have already agreed to acquire Kyle Korner for the 2019 NBA Draft, per Jeff Zillgitt of the Boston Globe.
This will bring the Celtics a big name forward, who can help them get back on track.
This is the second major trade the Celtics are linked with after the Hawks traded Kyle Korter to the Atlanta Falcons.
Korver had an off-season that was spent in New Orleans and Atlanta and has struggled to stay on the court.
However the trade would bring a big-time player to the Celtics who can give the team some stability in the front court.
If a trade is finalized, it would make the Celtics very interesting teams to keep an eye on.
The Celtics have also discussed a deal with Minnesota Timberwolves for Isaiah Thomas, which would make it a top five trade in NBA history.
Thomas had a breakout season last season for the Timberwolves and led the team with 21.3 point per game.
This was the best shooting season of his career and Thomas has a chance to make his mark in the league this season.
If this deal goes through, it could make the Wolves very valuable.
The Wolves have also said that they have a deal in place with Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan.
The Raptors have been rumored to be interested in DeRoshan for some time now and have already brought him in for a workout.
This would give the Raptors some of their top young talent for next season and give them some of the best assets in the NBA.
Toronto has also been rumored for a trade with Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh.
This deal could be a huge deal for both teams and it would give Miami some young talent to build around.
It would be a big move for the Cavaliers if this deal is done and they would have a team to build for next year.
With the NBA trading deadline approaching, it is a good time to keep up with all of the big moves the league is making.
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