Here’s what Irving has to say about the current state of the Cavaliers.
Kyrie Irving was asked by Sports Illustrated about LeBron James’ reported “frustration” with the Cavs’ offseason.
James, per USA TODAY, is reportedly not satisfied with Cleveland’s summer, which includes the ousting of GM David Griffin and a lack of any big moves.
Irving agrees that the Cavs are in a “peculiar” place
“Like I said, we’re in a peculiar place,” Irving told SI.com. “The best thing we can do is handle things with class and professionalism. Obviously we have a great owner that’s willing to spend a little money on guys that he believes in. At this point, we just see what happens throughout the summer.”
Cleveland reportedly remains a possible destination for Carmelo Anthony, as the Cavs are one of two teams he’d reportedly waive his no-trade clause for.
Outside of a trade for Carmelo, though, it’s tough to see Cleveland making any big moves.