Kyrie Irving and the Brooklyn Nets are in a love-hate relationship right now. Despite a few options, the possibility of an NBA trade deal for Irvings is not looking good.

Kyrie Andrew Irving is an American basketball player of Australian origin, playing as a quarterback, world and Olympic champion, and currently a player of the Brooklyn Nets.

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Kyrie Irving’s possible trade

Is Irving good enough to be untouchable?

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Kyrie Irving potential NBA teams

Irving was supposed to pull the team during his colleague’s absence, but as you can see, his staff can’t overload either. In 32 games in the 2022/23 season, the seasoned quarterback averaged 25.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 4.8 assists while shooting 48% from the field and 35.6% from 3PT%.

What teams want to trade Kyrie Irving with Brooklyn Nets?

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Kyrie Irving with the ball

Irving had wanted to leave the Nets before. His idea was to give up the options for the 2022/23 season and exchange them on a sign’n’trade basis. However, there was no such solution, so Irving took advantage of the option. The only interested club that appears in the reports is the Los Angeles Lakers. They allegedly tried to convince the Nets to take the outgoing Russell Westbrook deal from them.

Previously, the Clippers and Knicks were timidly pointed out, but since the former acquired John Wall and the latter Jalen Brunson, the Lakers remained on the battlefield. If no other offers come up, they may consider this option – even if Westbrook’s pitch value is not, to put it mildly, the highest today, and his presence on the court next to Ben Simmons heralds a spacing disaster. Kyrie doesn’t want to be in Brooklyn, and there’s a real threat that he’ll sit out all year without stepping onto the dance floor. We’ve had precedents like this in modern NBA history.

Kyrie Irving’s huge drama explained

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Kyrie shooting his shot

After the anti-Semitic entry, Nike ended its cooperation with Kyrie Irving. The linking of the anti-Semitic video by Kyrie Irving on Twitter brought, in addition to the media hype around the Brooklyn Nets basketball player, measurable financial consequences – Nike has just announced the end of cooperation with the player.

On November 4, he was suspended from the club by the club and only returned to the team after making an official apology on November 21. The Nets initially suspended him for at least five games, but the sentence was extended because he defended his conduct and showed no remorse. He missed eight games.

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