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.
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.