It's been a rough go for Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving this season. With hopes being in the postseason this year, the Cavaliers will once again become a lottery NBA squad this summer. And when the Cavs continue to the struggle, there will always be more Kyrie Irving rumors surfacing.

The latest one came from Brian Windhorst of ESPN, who used to cover the Cavaliers for all the seven years LeBron James spent with the franchise until he went to Miami to cover the Heat, since LBJ went there.

Per Windhorst, sources say that Irving had wanted to leave Cleveland "for years," and that he wants out of the team. In fact, a max contract wouldn't have been important to him if it meant he had to spend those five years with the Cavs.

Irving unleashed on the report Saturday on Twitter, calling it B.S.


Irving says it brings unnecessary attention to him.


He also added that there is no such thing as "Kyrie's camp," as many sources have alluded to when talking about rumors surrounding the Cavaliers star.




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