Kyrie Irving prefers to play for Clippers

Kyrie Irving prefers to play for Clippers

Kyrie Irving is unhappy in his role with the Cleveland Cavaliers and, in a flawless world, he would be traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves, Miami Heat, New York Knicks or San Antonio Spurs before the 2017-18 season.

"He loves L.A. and he's been working out there a lot this summer".

During an appearance on the "BBall Breakdown" Podcast, ESPN's Dave McMenamin revealed that the Phoenix Suns were reluctant to make a substantial offer for Irving because the team's new vice president, former Cavalier James Jones, witnessed the four-time All-Star actually stopped talking to his teammates for consecutive days in practice. "Do they have the assets to get him?"

"Phoenix, of course, hired James Jones this offseason", McMenamin said. He's been inside that locker room. He's still under contract to the team for two more guaranteed years with a player option for the 2019-20 season.

On that stage. It's one thing to say people go through ups and downs during the regular season. According to ESPN's David McMenamin, Kyrie Irving refused to speak to his teammates for several days in a row between playoff rounds.

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Dion Waiters said he's not against the Heat trying to trade for Kyrie Irving, but added that Irving should "just know, there's an alpha male over there too in myself".

The Clippers have already made one big offseason move which saw them ship Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets and that opens up an interesting opportunity for Kyrie.

In an interview with HipHopSince1987, Dion Waiters sent a clear warning to Irving about possibly coming to Miami, notifying the point guard that the team isn't in need of a leader.

Kyire Irving does not have a no-trade clause, so he has limited control in determining his destination should he leaves the Cavaliers.