The Kyrie Irving trade deal with the San Antonio Spurs still makes headlines and latest reports just confirmed that if he is dealt with that team, he is even willing to sign for an extension. With this, it was added that the All-Star player can be a great fit for the team.
It can be recalled that Irving listed Spurs as one of the teams he wants to be dealt with as well as the team that he would like to play for. Having two years left on his deal, Larry Brown Sports claimed that the Cavs power guard can also be a great addition to Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili who are already on their last legs in Spurs.
Even one retired Spur player shared that if Irving will make it to the Spurs, he will certainly be a great fit for the team. Considering San Antonio Spurs' established culture of winning and professionalism, there is a possibility that the Cavs star player will see his future with the team.
While the Cleveland Cavaliers are currently dealing with the possible trade of Irving, the said team is reportedly working under a new mandate and that is to presume its future without its another key player, Lebron James. It was claimed that the team is not giving up on the chance of re-signing James the next summer if he still wants to stay.
Some reports were escalating that James was starting to feel reluctant when it comes to building his commitment with the Cavs since this reportedly comes from a set of complications. With Irving's request for a trade to other teams, ESPN reported that the Cavs seems to be very uninterested to be reactive to the possible departure of Lebron.
Perhaps, the Cleveland Cavaliers prefer to re-sign James to a long term deal and chase for championships. But the problem is his unwillingness to commit which the team can use to protect themselves long term in the departure of Irving. It was then added that James also would want the Cavs to execute a plan prior to him committing to them long term.