Kyrie Irving has list of teams he’d like them to consider on sign-and-trades

Adrian Wojnarowski: ESPN Sources: If Kyrie Irving can't reach an agreement to stay at Brooklyn, he has a list of teams he'd like them to consider in sign-and-trades including Lakers, Clippers, Knicks, Heat, Mavs and 76ers. Neither of these teams has room to sign him without the help of Nets. Those are teams Irving has an interest in, but he's not necessarily a priority for everyone, sources said.
Source: Twitter @wojespn
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The wrestler @ringernba
James Harden sees Kevin Durant and Kyrie possibly en route from Brooklyn - 4:34pm
Vivek Jacob @vivekjacob
Kyrie did it again - 4:31pm
Krishna Narsu @knarsu3
Kyrie traded to the Sixers and KD traded to the Warriors would be by far the funniest result - 4:31pm
Sam Quinn @SamQuinnCBS
I think the Nets will find out. I think Durant, Kyrie and Simmons will be there on opening day.
But when they don't, it instantly becomes one of the greatest disasters in roster-building history. Going from favorites to this one in ONE YEAR is unheard of. – 4:29 p.m
Bill Simmons @ Bill Simmons
Uh-oh Kyrie needs a ride again - 4:28pm
Christos Tsaltas @Tsaltas46
Kevin Durant is monitoring the Brooklyn Nets' situation and considering options for his future. Kyrie Irving will leave the Nets this summer and everything will change for the franchise. Nothing will be the same in Brooklyn #NetsWorld - 4:26 p.m
Austin Krell @NBAKrell
Personally find it all too convenient that the 2 top insiders reported simultaneously to be much more than just a threat to BKN.
But does Kyrie have to be like the only in-prime star whose risk outweighs his reward? – 4:24 p.m
Jon Johnson @jonjohnsonwip
If you like drama, conspiracy theories, the occasional disappearance, but one hell of a watch, then Kyrie Irving is for you. Let's stop by Daryl Morey. - 4:22 p.m
Ian Begley @IanBegley
We discovered earlier this week that if things went wrong in his negotiations with BKN, people around Kyrie Irving have viewed NYK as a potential target; @Adrian Wojnarowski reports that NYK is among the teams Irving would like to consider from BKN in Sign & Trades in this scenario: - 4:21pm
Fred Katz @FredKatz
I wrote earlier this week about the Knicks' path to acquiring Kyrie Irving if they look to sign him.
They're over the cap today, but they don't have to sign and trade to bring Kyrie in. There are movements that can open up maximum space.
Story here: - 4:21pm
TJ McBride @TJMcBrideNBA
The idea of ​​Brooklyn signing and trading Kyrie with Philly to get Harden back after he demanded Brooklyn come to Philly is so funny I refuse to acknowledge how completely insane and improbable it is. – 4:19 p.m
Tim Reynolds @ByTimReynolds
The team I would be watching on the Kyrie frontline based solely on the list @Adrian Wojnarowski posted: the Los Angeles Clippers. – 4:19 p.m
Brian Robb @BrianTRobb
Intriguing leverage here from Kyrie/KD to give Irving his maximum deal with the Nets. We'll see if Sean Marks blinks first despite holding the most cards. Durant is signed until 2025-26 and Kyrie has nowhere to go where he wants without the help of Nets in his free agency. – 4:18 p.m
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