Kyrie Irving found out he was on the trading block, as Danny Ainge tried to land Kawhi Leonard from the San Antonio Spurs – causing internal friction. Initially, Kyrie was planning ready to pair up with Jimmy Butler on the New York Knicks next summer.
Reports surfaced earlier this week, that Kevin Durant is welcoming the idea of playing at the Garden, as Golden State will have to decide who gets super-max deals.
Well, during a pre-season event for season-ticket holders, Kyrie sat courtside with Gordon Hayward and revealed to the world that he’s planning to re-sign with the team this summer.
Irving, who’s 26, is entering the final season of his 5-year deal, which we’re assuming the team will likely give him more than the $21 million salary he’s been getting.