According to a report from ESPN, six teams have made offers for Kyrie Irving. The four-time All-Star guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers wants out of Cleveland. Twenty teams have made inquiries for Irving, but these are some teams that have made an offer for Irving.

San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs would love to pair Irving with Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge to form their own version of a "big three." However, it seems complicated for what the Spurs would have to give up. It would be likely that the Cavaliers would have to take on the contract of Patty Mills.

The backup guard signed a four-year, $50 million contract this offseason. It seems unlikely that the Spurs would want Irving, Mills, Tony Parker, and Danny Green on the same team.

LA Clippers

The Clippers could use a point guard. They have Patrick Beverley as the team's primary ball handler, but would love to move him over to a shooting guard. Having Irving, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan would resemble their team that featured Chris Paul before he was traded to the Houston Rockets. The Clippers would have to find a way to convince Cleveland to take Lou Williams if a trade happened.

Miami Heat

The Heat is a team that Irving prefers to be traded to. The Heat would be able to offer Goran Dragic as he has three years left on his deal.

The Cavaliers would have a point guard to replace the point guard that they would lose in Irving.

New York Knicks

The Knicks are another team that Irving wants to play for. He grew up in New Jersey and played high school basketball there. The Knicks could offer Carmelo Anthony and allow him and LeBron James to play together this season.

It would be an odd combination of Anthony, James, and Kevin Love, but the Cavaliers would be a dangerous team in the eastern conference.

Phoenix Suns

The Suns are not going to complete a trade unless they offer up the No. 4 overall pick in the draft in Josh Jackson. The Suns have been reported to not be willing to give up Jackson in a trade.

As long as the Suns say no to Jackson, then the Suns are not likely to get Irving.

Minnesota Timberwolves

The Timberwolves have likely made a deal, but have likely not included Andrew Wiggins in that offer. The Cavaliers have been reported to saying they want Wiggins to be in the deal. The Cavaliers drafted Wiggins No. 1 overall in 2014, but shipped him to the Timberwolves in a trade for Kevin Love. Wiggins is due an extension after this season, and has superstar potential. Minnesota could feature a trio of Irving, Jimmy Butler, and Karl Anthony-Towns.