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The Cavaliers Would Reportedly Trade Kyrie Irving To Phoenix For This Package

The Cavs would reportedly trade Kyrie Irving for these three assets.

Over the past two weeks, we've heard all about what the Cleveland Cavaliers won't be willing to receive in a deal for superstar Kyrie Irving, who wants out. Saturday, via cleveland.com, we learned what they would be willing to do in a deal.

According to Joe Vardon, if the Phoenix Suns had already offered Eric Bledsoe, Miami's protected first-round pick for 2018 and Josh Jackson, the deal would be "done."

Cleveland also wants Josh Jackson, a 6-8 rookie drafted fourth overall by the Suns in June. Phoenix reportedly doesn't want to trade Jackson, and a source said the Suns told Devin Booker he would not be traded -- which would seem to put a serious hamper in this potential trade.

"If that deal (Bledsoe, Miami first rounder and Jackson) for Irving was there, it'd be done by now," a league source with knowledge of the Cavs' thinking told cleveland.com.

The main issue? The Suns seem to be very high on Jackson, the fourth overall pick this past draft. They, so far, don't seem to be willing to give that up in deal for Irving.

Something has to give in the coming weeks. If the Cavs really can't even get Irving on the phone, it's hard to see him suiting up for the franchise again.