This Magic-Nets trade is centered on NBA superstar Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving is a player who has had plenty of fresh starts throughout his NBA career. He went from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Boston Celtics and then chose to sign for the Brooklyn Nets last offseason. It has been nothing but the same from Irving this season.

Irving has expressed interest in returning to the team after missing time due to personal reasons. He did not inform the team of anything during his absence. The Nets are a team looking to win a championship and need their top players on the floor.

When the Nets signed Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, they expected four years of competing for a championship. Here in year two, the situation is already a headache. If the franchise gets fed up with Irving they could flip him for a return, especially after adding James Harden as there would still be a superstar duo.

An interesting team to keep an eye on is the Orlando Magic. They were linked to big-name point guards, such as Russell Westbrook, in the offseason. They did not make a move and recently lost a Markelle Fultz to a torn ACL.

This is a Magic team that has made a postseason in each of the last two years but has been a low seed and is unable to advance. If they want to become even more relevant, they can look for a deal for a big-name player.  

When on the floor, Kyrie Irving is one of the biggest names in the NBA. Here is what it might take for Irving to find yet another home with the Orlando Magic.

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