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Continues to shock: Kyrie Irving asked to leave Brooklyn in a trade Israel today


Towards an earthquake? The troubled star and one of the best players in the NBA, informed the Nets that he wishes to move to another team in the coming week or will not extend his contract that expires at the end of the summer

Kyrie Irving continues to amaze.

According to ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski, the Brooklyn Nets point guard has informed management of his desire to leave the club in a trade already in the current window before Thursday's deadline.

If the transfer is not possible by the end of next week, Kyrie made it clear to the team captains that he will sign with another team as a free agent this summer.

For those who have already managed to forget, Irving also demanded a trade at the end of last season after Brooklyn was eliminated from the playoffs in a humiliating sweep in the first round.

In the end, Kyrie relented and agreed to stay with the team.

BREAKING: Kyrie Irving has demanded a trade, per Shams

— NBACentral (@TheNBACentral) February 3, 2023

As you remember, Irving was temporarily suspended during the season after he shared a video with anti-Semitic symbols on the network.

Following the big storm, Kyrie was suspended from the team's games for more than three weeks while at the same time Nike also froze, and later even canceled the business relationship with the American basketball player.

Breaking: Kyrie Irving has told the Nets that he wants to be traded ahead of Thursday's trade deadline, a source told @wojespn.

— ESPN (@espn) February 3, 2023

The Nets, who have been playing for the last two weeks without their big star Kevin Durant (injury), are in fourth place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 20:31.

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Source: israelhayom

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