Irving said he had no plans to move after the Nets season ended, and just two weeks ago a report suggested he was likely to stay in Brooklyn.
his stock has declined slightly in recent years and he is now a good bet to secure a fully guaranteed long-term maximum wage contract. guess not.
Irving has been as productive as ever when he has played for the Nets over the past three seasons, averaging 27.1 points, 6.0 assists, and 4.7 rebounds per game
injuries and personal decisions limited him to only 103 appearances in a possible 226 regular season games at the time and raised questions about his credibility going forward.
Charnia writes that the Nets and Irving have “serious work” to do to resolve his contract situation and ensure he remains in Brooklyn.
If Kyrie considers moving elsewhere, the Lakers, Clippers and Knicks are expected to be one of his suitors, sources tell The Athletic.
As Charaniya observed, the Lakers and Clippers project is likely to exceed the tax apron for the 2022/23 season, possibly ruling out the possibility of a sign-and-trade