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Odds Released on Where Kyrie Irving Will Play Next Season

Kyrie Irving Cavs Odds

Headlined by the trade request of star guard Kyrie Irving, the Cleveland Cavaliers‘ offseason has been everything but peaceful.

Due to the large plea, the team has surveyed all their options and are open to dealing their starting point guard for the right package. However, the Cavs are also attached to the idea of keeping Irving on the team and making him smooth over relations with future Hall of Famer LeBron James.

Although most have ruled out the possibility of a rekindling between Irving and James, a popular oddsmaker is reporting the opposite:

“In light of the shocking announcement, BetOnline has released a prop special on where Irving will play in the 2017-18 NBA campaign. The Cavaliers remain the +180 favorites, with the Suns (+250), Knicks (+500), Spurs (+600) and Timberwolves (+700) among the teams also available to wager on.”

The full odds are listed below:

  • Cleveland Cavaliers +180
  • Phoenix Suns +250
  • New York Knicks +500
  • San Antonio Spurs +600
  • Minnesota Timberwolves +700
  • Miami Heat +1200
  • Boston Celtics +1400
  • Orlando Magic +1600
  • New Orleans Pelicans +1600
  • Milwaukee Bucks +2000
  • Utah Jazz +2000
  • Los Angeles Clippers +2000
  • Denver Nuggets +2500
  • Indiana Pacers +2500
  • Philadelphia 76ers +2500
  • Atlanta Hawks +3300
  • Chicago Bulls +3300
  • Dallas Mavericks +3300
  • Detroit Pistons +3300
  • Los Angeles Lakers +3300
  • Sacramento Kings +3300
  • Brooklyn Nets +4000
  • Charlotte Hornets +4000
  • Houston Rockets +4000
  • Memphis Grizzlies +4000
  • Golden State Warriors +5000
  • Oklahoma City Thunder +5000
  • Portland Trail Blazers +5000
  • Toronto Raptors +5000
  • Washington Wizards +5000

Considering the shocking reports of Irving’s disinterest with the team, it may seem unlikely the two sides find a comprise. Nonetheless, the 2011 NBA Rookie of the Year has three full years left on his contract (with an option in the third year), giving the Cavs the upper hand.

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