Kyrie Irving is certainly having an interesting summer, but that hasn't stopped him from working on his shoe game.
Former Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin may have said that All-Star guard Kyrie Irving handled the situation the right way by approaching owner Dan Gilbert privately to make his trade request, but his attitude during last season's playoff run is now being called into question. "But they also have Jerry West and he's been able to figure out before".
"I'm not sure. Phoenix, of course, hired [former Cavalier] James Jones this offseason". "He's been inside that locker room".
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Apparently, this happened between the first round of the playoffs, when the Cavaliers were facing the Indiana Pacers, and the second-round series against the Toronto Raptors.
The NBA offseason has reached its quiet point after the free agency frenzy, but there are new developments in the Kyrie Irving trade saga that are keeping the league in the headlines.
Kyrie Irving already is one of the NBA's best point guards, but it appears the 25-year-old believes he has a whole lot more to offer in the league. On that stage. It's one thing to say people go through ups and downs during the regular season.
Kyire Irving does not have a no-trade clause, so he has limited control in determining his destination should he leaves the Cavaliers. In light of this new report, it seems that Irving's displeasure with the team may have gone back even further.