There has been so much drama in the NBA lately, with Kyrie Irving leading the talks. This happened following the All-Star point guard’s demand to be traded out of the Cleveland Cavaliers, which brought shockwaves to the entire basketball community.

Now, according Cavs Nation, the Miami Heat are joining in the Kyrie Irving trade talks. They are reportedly willing to give up so much just to acquire the superstar.

Heat want Irving to play for them

The latest reports involve the former team of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. The Heat front office is reportedly willing to give up Goran Dragic and Justise Winslow as part of the trade package for the aforementioned Cavaliers point guard.

This is actually interesting considering the fact that Miami is a huge organization. It is not impossible for them to achieve such, but for sure, some strings might be pulled behind doors.

Depending on the other assets the Heat can give up for Kyrie Irving, the trade mix is believed to be a win-win for both parties. Besides, the salaries stack up for both Cleveland and Miami. Dragic, in particular, can become a significant player in the Cavaliers’ rotation. Heck, he might even be the team’s leading guard next to Derrick Rose and Deron Williams. But, since the latter is a free agent, anything could possibly happen.

Irving not coming back

Just recently, Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert revealed that they are confident Kyrie Irving will return to the team.

For him, the All-Star point guard knows and understands what they are trying to achieve as an organization. Gilbert is even sure that Irving will return to join the team in the upcoming training camp for the next season. But so far, nothing concrete has surfaced from Irving’s side. In fact, the organization has been trying to contact him since the news broke out.

However, the point guard just proved to be too hard to convince.

This could simply mean that Kyrie Irving has already made up his mind. Now, the only interesting part here is which team he will go. He mentioned about San Antonio Spurs being his favorite choice, but he is likely to become a focal point there considering Kawhi Leonard’s presence.

Meanwhile, the Cavaliers just acquired the former New York Knicks guard Derrick Rose via a one-year, veteran minimum deal. The contract’s worth, which is $2.1 million, was controversial. Stephon Marbury himself called the deal a huge flow, as he thinks that Rose deservers so much better.