Is Dallas' deadly duo going to fall apart soon? At least according to reports in the US, the Phoenix Suns, who only recently added Bradley Beal, plan to meet Kyrie Irving, who will become a free agent in less than 12 hours, next week.
If the move does go ahead, Irving will return to team up with Kevin Durant six months after leaving the Brooklyn Nets in discordant tones. In addition to Beal, the Suns added Durant late last season, joining Devin Booker and DeAndre Ayton, and now the Arizona team reportedly looks for the fourth side of the equation.
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Kyrie has not yet decided whether to break away from Luka Doncic, whom he teamed up with midway through last season, and is expected to sit at the negotiating table with the Houston Rockets and, of course, Dallas, which could sign him to a new five-year, $272 million contract with the team.
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If Kyrie does arrive in Arizona, the deal will be under a minimum contract or "trade and trade" in which Dallas will sign Irving to a new contract in exchange for many other players.
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