The Kyrie Irving trade talks have created a major buzz in the NBA-sphere and fans and players have already made their opinions known. While the story continues to unfold, with many still trying to figure out the mess Cleveland Cavaliers is in, some have already moved on. And it seems Irving's better half already did. LeBron James appears to have gone forward from all the chaos. He's already looking ahead to the upcoming season with a new partner in mind -- #DerrickRose.

Cavaliers sign Derrick Rose

With Kyrie requesting for a trade, the Cleveland Cavaliers quickly went on damage control by signing a formidable replacement to the point guard. Earlier today, it was confirmed that 2011 NBA MVP had signed a one-year contract with the Cavs worth $2.1 million. The Derrick Rose, Cavaliers deal will allow the former Chicago Bull to have his shot an NBA Championship, alongside King James.

As for Cleveland, DRose will be a fitting guard to replace Kyrie Irving should the latter decide actually to push through with a move.

It was earlier reported that the NBA All-Star and Cavs point guard had requested a trade, wanting to play away from the shadows of LeBron. However, for Rose, playing with James might just be the boost he needs to kickstart his career again. Over the past seasons, the no.

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1 pick in the 2008 NBA Drafts has fallen to several knee injuries and bad career decisions. Last season, he signed with the New York Knicks in hopes of building a trio with Carmelo Anthony and Joaquim Noah, but it failed. They ended up getting the 12th spot in the 16-team Eastern Conference.

Derrick Rose to Cavaliers will give the eight-year veteran a chance to make it to the NBA Finals and possibly bring home a ring.

The Cavs have made it to the Finals for the past three seasons, winning the Larry O'Brien in 2016. Notably, LeBron James has been in the Finals for the past eight years.

LeBron James welcomes DRose

Learning about the news, the four-time MVP welcomed Rose with open arms in Cleveland. LeBron tweeted several rose emojis with the caption "Let's Rock G!!" in reaction to the news.

Earlier this week, it was reported that James felt betrayed and "devastated" after Irving requested a trade.

The dynamic duo has revived the Eastern Conference team and led them to their first championship in 2016. With reports of Kyrie leaving the team, James may look to Rose to step up and take the place of his former teammate in a bid to beat the Golden State Warriors and bring back the bacon to The Land.

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