The Celtics have known from the start that the All-Star point guard will not be accepting the $21,329,752 for next season and will look to sign a longer term deal. Hence a new contract should be in place.
Though Carter has since sold those shares, he remains a big fan and Irving joining the agency will only fuel more rumors about his interest in Brooklyn.
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Now all the doors for Kyrie Irving playing in a new team are open.
It sounds as if Irving is intent on being in NY next season be it with the Nets or Knicks which would take another target out of play for the Lakers. For comparison's sake, Damian Lillard - Irving's All-NBA second-team backcourt mate this season - is slated to make $29.8 million with the Portland Trail Blazers next year. In one of his visit to Madison last February, they sang to him: "We love Kyrie in NY". Brooklyn, on the other hand, has also been very vocal. If nothing else, that plays in the hands of LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers.
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Several reports recently have suggested that the Celtics are preparing for Irving to part ways with the organization. What's interesting about this is that Roc Nation has strong ties to Brooklyn which has many believing that Irving will end up signing with the Brooklyn Nets in free agency.
For example, knowing what Irving will do could impact what the Celtics offer for Davis. Irving may not have been happy with the way those conversations with his agent were going.
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