Kyrie Irving and his chance to play with the Miami Heat

The player Kyrie Irving from the Cleveland Cavaliers is exploring its options with the Miami Heat for next season. Last Friday, a reporter from ESPN shed light on the player´s decision and the order to land the four-time All-Star. The Heat would be willing to build a defensive area around the point guard Goran Dragic and with three-years in a row with the club, the swingman Justise Winslow so the deal could be easier. However, is very unlikely that the team would offer a deal unless the Heat offers an overwhelming package because of the history between these two teams. Back to 2010, when LeBron James departure for South Beach.

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Also, Ira Winderman reported that Heat are denying the offering of Winslow and Dragic because of the price Cavaliers are asking for Kyrie Irving which is too high.  On Monday, ESPN reporters state that the Cavaliers are acting as if the trade is “inevitable” and their priority is to snaggle a “blue-chip young player.”

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Cleveland and new general manager Koby Altman are seeking some assets that resembles what the Denver Nuggets scored in 2011 when they traded Carmelo Anthony to the New York Knicks. In that deal they were searching for Knicks packaged a 2014 first-round pick and 2016 first-round pick swap with Wilson Chandler, Danilo Gallinari, Raymond Felton and Timofey Mozgov to land Melo. Boston Celtics could be a team who would piece together the deal, who have an intriguing rookie-scale player and the Brooklyn Nets 2018 first-round pick on steak. But rumors said, the Celtics are simply monitoring the situation and haven’t decided if they want to run the 25-year-old scoring player.  

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