Kyrie Irving, who is supposed to turn down his $36.9 million player choice this mid year,
probably won't like what the Brooklyn Nets need to say at the arranging table.
Last month, Irving clarified his aim of getting back to the Nets under a maximum agreement.
In any case, Kristian Winfield of the New York Daily News detailed Wednesday...
....that the Nets front office probably won't be prepared to focus on the point monitor long haul,
refering to conflicting accessibility.
The seven-time NBA All-Star has played a sum of 103 games for the Nets more than three seasons,
missing extensive time because of wounds,
his inoculation status and "individual reasons."
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