Kyrie Irving According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, discussions  between the Nets and Kyrie Irving concerning his future have

"stagnated." According to Charania, the star guard may be forced to  investigate alternative options due to the impasse. Irving stated

after the Nets' season ended that he had no plans to leave Brooklyn, although a report from just two weeks ago indicated that he

was likely to do so. However, given that his stock has plummeted in recent years and he no longer appears to be a solid bet to

secure a completely guaranteed long-term maximum salary contract, negotiations between his team and the Nets were always

expected to be difficult. Over the last three seasons, Irving has been  as effective as ever with the Nets, averaging 27.1 points, 6.0

assists, and 4.7 rebounds per game on.490/.406/.920 shooting. However, injuries and personal decisions have limited him to only

103 appearances out of a possible 226 regular season games over that time, raising concerns about his future dependability.

The Nets and Irving have "major work to do" to address his contract  problem and keep him in Brooklyn, according to Charania. The Lakers

Clippers, and Knicks are anticipated to be among Kyrie's suitors if he decides to go, according to sources. The Lakers and