Miami Heat 3rd Most Likely to Acquire Kyrie Irving According to Oddsmakers

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Jul/25/2017

The oddsmakers at BetDSI.com have the Miami Heat as the 3rd most likely to acquire Kyrie Irving from Cleveland following reports he wishes to leave the team.  The price was coming in at just shy of 6/1.

The New York Knicks were favorites to get Irving at just shy of 4/1 odds.  The San Antonio Spurs were coming in at 4/1 odds.

Irving's agent, Jeff Wechsler, would not confirm or deny this past weekend whether the point guard asked for a trade.

"Kyrie and I had a meeting with Cavs leadership where we discussed many different scenarios in reference to Kyrie and his future with the team," Wechsler told ESPN. "The basis of those discussions and what went on in those discussions are between the Cavs and us. We are respectfully going to keep those private."

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