This Jazz-Nets Trade Is Focused On Kyrie Irving To Utah

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The Kyrie Irving drama has to be getting to the Brooklyn Nets. It is unlikely that he plays for the team this NBA season and that is the reason he was not offered a contract extension. It would benefit the Nets greatly if they would be able to move Irving for a huge return.

When on the floor, Irving is one of the best point guards in the league. That has been his problem in recent years. Irving has missed time for personal reasons far too often for a team to rely on him when it matters most.

Recently, Irving rejected the COVID-19 vaccine and because of staples in New York, will not be allowed to play in home games. The Nets would not allow him to participate in the world games and this could lead to a trade.

The Utah Jazz remains an intriguing name to keep an eye on. Utah already has one of the best point guards in the game and Donovan Mitchell. He is locked up long-term, along with Rudy Gobert, and the Jazz remains championship contenders.

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A backcourt of Donovan Mitchell and Irving is something that the Jazz should try to make happen. This would allow Irving to play in games this season and contribute to another contender, at this time in the Western Conference.

Irving going to Utah would be a huge black bus ride this point of the season. Let’s take a look at how this trade might happen and what it might take for both sides.