Kyrie Irving Requests Trade From Brooklyn Nets Ahead Of Trade Deadline

Photo: Instagram/Kyrie Irving 

Kyrie Irving has requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets before the Feb 9th NBA trade deadline, according to ESPN and The Athletic.

The request came after talks of a new contract did not go in Irving's favor.

Irving's agent and stepmother, Shetellia Irving, reached out to the Nets regarding a contract extension, but there have been no significant conversations to date.

Photo: Instagram/Kyrie Irving 

The current deal between Irving and the Nets expires at the end of this season, and Irving is eligible for a four-year contract worth up to $200 million.

Irving has a history of being controversial, having been suspended by the Nets earlier this season and missing much of the 2021-22 season due to his refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

He has also made a number of controversial statements in the past, including questioning the shape of the earth.

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Source: NBA


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