Kyrie Irving Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 195 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/23/1992 (30)
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Kyrie Irving News
Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving remains on the roster. While several teams are interested in acquiring him, he is on an expiring contract, which somewhat decreases his value. The Lakers have been strongly linked to the multi-time All-Star. However, according to ESPN senior NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, Los Angeles hasn't been aggressive in putting together a package. There's always a chance Irving stays in Brooklyn for the last year of his deal, although that's unlikely. Nevertheless, with the start of the regular season over three months away, the Nets aren't in a rush to make anything happen unless the price is right.
Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving is still with the team, at least for now. Rumors continue to swirl regarding where the multi-time All-Star will end up next. However, it appears the Sixers aren't looking to acquire him, with FS1's Nick Wright indicating that there is "no appetite for him" in Philadelphia. Wright also revealed that the Lakers are the "only current suitor" for Irving's services, and with LeBron James lobbying hard, he could very well land in Los Angeles.
Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving may get his wish after all, with the Lakers looking to acquire the superstar. It's no secret the 30-year-old wants out of Brooklyn, so the team is "actively engaged in discussions" with L.A., with Russell Westbrook reportedly included as a part of the deal. Without a doubt, Irving has MVP-level talent, averaging 23.1 points, 5.7 assists, 1.3 steals, and shooting 39.3% from deep throughout his career. However, he has been involved in on and off-the-court issues, and a possible reunion with LeBron James will be interesting to watch, especially if they can't co-exist.
Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving exercised his $36.9 million player option on Monday. Irving has all the talent in the world, averaging 23.1 points, 5.7 assists, and 1.3 steals while shooting 39.3% from deep throughout his career. Yet, the multi-time All-Star has been involved in constant on and off-the-court drama over the years, including his refusal to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, which kept him off the floor for most of the 2021-22 season. He's also had issues staying healthy, failing to play an entire year since entering the league in 2011. Nonetheless, Irving's future in Brooklyn remains up in the air. However, no matter what uniform he is wearing moving ahead, he could easily be in the MVP conversation, assuming he stays out of trouble while avoiding injuries at all costs.