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3 Trade Offers That The Cavaliers Can't Reject for Kyrie Irving

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Kyrie wants out, it's no secret and the Cavs want a kingdom and a half in return which is delaying the trade. His contract is pretty team friendly at an average of $18 million a year, but his skills are very winning friendly. The Cavs are now working harder with their new GM while LeBron is working behind the scenes trying to make deals himself. I mean, if you want something done right you have to do it yourself.

Check 3 trades offers that the Cleveland Cavaliers can't reject for Kyrie Irving.

Phoenix Suns

The Suns have verbally assured Devin Booker he will not be traded and are not willing to part ways with Josh Jackson, besides he is ineligible to be traded until one month after he signs his Rookie contract which will be mid-August.

Time might be an ally to LeBron James request because according to a source from SB Nation, LeBron has been "hustling" on the Cavs behalf with the Suns trying to work out a Kyrie for Bledsoe and Jackson trade. Cavs go younger with immediate help while Kyrie has an opportunity to build the Suns into a contender with another high scoring rising star in Booker.

Trade Package: Eric Bledsoe, Josh Jackson and a pick.

San Antonio Spurs

LaMarcus Aldridge has been on the decline, has not lived up to the expectations and has not panned out as expected. Even more drama, according to Stephen A. Smith, LaMarcus wants out of San Antonio looking for a fresh start. Kawhi is the face of the franchise, adding Kyrie gives them an incredible one-two punch with Popovich potentially bringing more out of him and given that Tony Parker is on his way out, Kyrie will definitely be a great replacement.

He has a specific team in mind, which has just been revealed to the public via ESPN NBA reporters Brian Windhorst and Chris Haynes. San Antonio. That’s one of the teams Kyrie wishes to play for, and there’s a good chance they get him. An offer of Murray, Green, and Aldridge for Kyrie and an additional player.

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It will be a sight to see Kyrie Irving join up with Kawhi Leonard and Gregg Popovich, but the Spurs have their own system and that could be a problem for Kyrie Irving, as he wants to become a leader, but that will be a very tough ask alongside Kawhi Leonard.

Trade Package: LaMarcus Aldridge, DannyGreen and Davis Bertans

Boston Celtics

With the abundance of assets the Boston Celtics have collected, they can offer a really good deal for Kyrie Irving.

Two trade packages could be very interesting for the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James.

The first package could be Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder and a 1st round pick (from the Brooklyn Nets).

The second potential trade package could be a 1st rounder (from the Brooklyn Nets) and a couple of young players like Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown or Terry Rozier.

Isaiah Thomas is a free agent next season and he will want to sign a max deal, which could be a huge problem for Danny Ainge. Kyrie Irving is under contract until 2019/20 (Player Option), so he could play two seasons with Gordon Hayward and Al Horford. Plus, Jayson Tatum will be there as well. Those four players could beat LeBron James. Maybe this is the best moment for Danny Ainge to send a big offer for a young superstar like Kyrie Irving.

Boston has not been a bad team, but they have not had that Super Star marquee player in a very long time. They have been collecting assets and creating space in their cap to bring in a player worth a max type deal and Kyrie is definitely that player. He not only brings change for the better to any organization but is among the leagues’ elites. Adding Kyrie, the man that dropped the dagger against the 73-9 Warriors of 2016, averaged 29.4 PPG in this 2017 Finals, and is just hitting his prime at only 25 years of age would be a huge upgrade at the Point Guard position for Boston, which would help future free agents look at the Celtics as a prime destination to play.