NBA rumors: Kyrie Irving to the Dallas Mavericks? MAVS

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MAV's owner Mark Cuban has denied rumors to contact Dallas with the Brooklyn Nets to talk about a potential trade for Kylie Irving. Corresponding speculations had previously spread.

According to Ian Bella ( ANY.TV ), Dallas is to belong to a group of teams to inquire at the Nets after the availability of Irving. How far the talks have gone, is unclear, so Bella. However, the name Kris taps Mornings had fallen as a potential counterpoint.

This speculation referred MASS owner Cuban but a few hours later in the realm of fables. Contrary to the reports, there were no trade calls with the Nets around Irving, as Cuban opposite Marc Stein ( Substack ).

In the past, Cuban has repeatedly rejected trade rumors around Movs-Big Mornings, he sees the Letter as part of the future on the side of Luka Ionic. The 26-year-old has already missed seven games in the current season due to several injuries. In 20 missions, he put on average 19.5 points and 7.9 rebounds at 45.0 percent from the field and 29.7 percent of downtown.

Nets-Guard Irving has completed no game in the current season. Reason is his refusal to vaccinate. Due to a local Regulation in New York City, unburdens may not participate in indoor events, but the Nets decided to participate in Irving as part-time players only to home games and suspended the 29-year-old.

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Then rumors always circulated, the Nets could face a trade of the seven-time all-star. At the beginning of the week it was said at The athletic, on the other hand, there is a new optimism that Irving could return to the parquet over the course of the season for the Nets.

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