Vote: Is it smart for Kyrie Irving to want out of Cleveland?

Irving wants to be 'central player' (2:40)

Brian Windhorst joins PTI to describe the background behind Kyrie Irving's desire to be traded from the Cavaliers. (2:40)

Kyrie Irving is reportedly interested in moving on from Cleveland, the city where he has spent his entire six-year career.

According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, Irving has requested to be traded to a team where he'd be considered more of the focal point. He has been LeBron James' wingman for the past three seasons, all of which ended in a trip to the NBA Finals. James doesn't plan to intervene in Irving's situation, sources told ESPN.

Four teams that Irving has shown interest in are the New York Knicks, Miami Heat, Minnesota Timberwolves and San Antonio Spurs, as ESPN's Chris Haynes noted.

Would it be a good decision by Irving to head elsewhere? You tell us.

James will be a free agent after the 2017-18 season and could wind up leaving Cleveland, which could play a role in Irving's decision.

The four-time All-Star and one-time champion is coming off the best scoring season of his career, averaging 25.2 points per game and adding 5.8 assists.