‘No Options Kyrie’ Takes The Money And Runs In Brooklyn » Scammer News


After the Brooklyn Nets disastrous season ended prematurely after the first round of the NBA playoffs at the hands of his ex-team, the Boston Celtics, Kyrie Irving spoke about how he Kevin Durant were going to steer the ship with General Manager Sean Marks and owner Joe Tsai. Marks quickly said, not so fast. Since that point, it has a been a dance between the controversial star and the Nets management whether or not Irving would opt-in to be a Brooklyn Net in 2022-23, be traded, or opt out for free agency. Irving requested a full five-year, $245 million max contract from Brooklyn. He has missed 130 games in 3 seasons since 2019.

According to Kristian Winfield of nydailynews.com, the star Brooklyn guard opted into his $36.5 million player option for the the upcoming season. Irving’s camp apparently could not find a sign-and-trade partner that wanted the 7-time All Star. Given his tumultuous season that saw him play only…

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