Kyrie Irving Unable To Get A New Contract So He's Looking For A New Address
The All-Star guard has asked to be traded to the Brooklyn Nets, a person with detailed information said Friday.
Irving has made the request after talks about a new contract, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.
The conversation must remain private. ESPN and The Athlete first reported
Irving is eligible for a contract extension but the Nets denied him one last summer
Irving's stepmother and agent Shetellia told Bleacher Report last week that she had reached out to the Nets about a new deal.
Kyrie Irving's current deal with the Nets expires after this season, that was eligible for a 4-year contract worth up to $200 million
Shetellia Irving has told in the bleacher report that I have reached the Nets about this, we have not talked about anything important till date.
Brooklyn's desire to build a home with the right kind of expansion means the ball is in the Nets' court and their desire is material.
So now to communicate, Irving and the Nets were thought to be headed for 1 long-term extension in 2021