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With the Kyrie Irving and Brooklyn Nets contract talks becoming increasingly more important as the deadline approaches, its reported that the organization has made the guard a “real offer.”
According to ESPN’s Zach Lowe said the following on his podcast, The Lowe Post;
“The Nets have made a real offer to Kyrie Irving. I don’t know the exact permutations. Probably several. This is not a case where there’s a one-year deal and that’s it. He’s been offered real stuff but I don’t exactly know what they are.”
The contract discussions between the two parties have gotten progressively worse over the course of the last week. The entire disagreement stems from the fact that Irving doesn’t believe the organization attempted to understand him.
The team is hesitant to give the seven-time All Star a four-year extension, citing unreliability throughout the season as a reason not to.
And now, the talks continue to boil over and the Lakers becoming increasingly more of a landing spot for the ball-handler.
ICYMI, from Zach Lowe on Friday: "Nets have made a real offer to Kyrie Irving. I don't know the exact permutations. Probably several. This is not a case where there's a one-year deal and that's it. He's been offered real stuff but I don't exactly know what they are."
— NetsDaily (@NetsDaily) June 26, 2022