Before this year’s trade deadline the Mavericks made a blockbuster trade as they acquired Kyrie Irving. But his stay in Dallas could be short-lived.
The 2016 NBA champion will become an unrestricted free agent in summer and will be able to choose the best deal on the market.
According to Marc Stein, it is feasible that Irving will pen a multi-year deal with the Mavs, but there is uncertainty within the team about whether that will happen.
Irving is averaging 27.4 points, 5.1 rebonds and 5.5 assists in 37.5 minutes per game for Dallas.