The drama in Cleveland continues, as Kyrie Irving is still looking for his way out. It is no longer a secret that Irving wants to be traded from Cleveland, and there have been many reports so far about his potential new team. Kyrie himself mentioned four teams as his preferred landing spots in a potential deal: the Timberwolves, the Spurs, the Heat and the New York Knicks. But other than those four NBA teams, almost every other franchise in the NBA would love to acquire the All-Star point guard.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, over 20 NBA teams have contacted the Cleveland Cavaliers so far in order to get Kyrie Irving but it seems like none of those offers was good enough.

The Phoenix Suns have been mentioned a lot over the past few weeks as the favorites to land the 25-year-old point guard from Australia. There were reports that the Suns could send Eric Bledsoe and Josh Jackson to Cleveland in exchange for Irving, but that hasn't happened yet. The Detroit Pistons have also incquired about Irving and it seems like the Pistons could be the perfect trade partner for the Cavaliers.

Detroit has a lot to offer

Even though Detroit is a smaller market in comparison to the previously mentioned four teams that Kyrie listed as his favorites, the Pistons could be the perfect solution for both Irving and the Cavaliers. Detroit is in a desperate need of a superstar player and Irving could be the new face of their franchise if they get him.

Also, Irving would get his chance of being the vocal point and "the man" on this young, inexperienced Pistons team.

Playing in the Eastern Conference would help also as it would be much easier for Kyrie to lead his new team to the playoffs and possibly compete for the championship in a couple of more years. The last time the Pistons made it past the first round of the playoffs was during the 2007/2008 season when they lost in the Conference Finals, and the fans in Detroit would welcome a great player like Kyrie Irving.

The Cavaliers want something in return

But of course, in order to get Kyrie Irving the Pistons would have to send a couple of their good, young players to Cleveland. If this deal goes through after all, the Cavaliers would most likely be interested in acquiring two of the following three players: Avery Bradley, Tobias Harris and Andre Drummond.

Detroit acquired Bradley earlier this summer via trade from the Boston Celtics and he's considered as one of the best perimeter defenders in the league at the shooting guard position. Harris is a 6-foot-9 small forward and he has been playing for the Pistons for the past two seasons with great success. The Cavaliers would love to have him as he would be a great backup at the small forward position, playing behind LeBron James. Harris averaged 16.1 points and 5.1 rebounds per game last season with Detroit.

Last, but not least - Andre Drummond. Cleveland would absolutely love to get Andre Drummond in a potential trade deal with the Pistons, as they are in a desperate need of a good center. Drummond is regarded as one of the best centers in the league even though he just turned 24 couple of days ago. Last season with the Pistons he averaged 13.6 points and 13.8 rebounds per game. Drummond is yet to reach his full potential and his presence defensively would be invaluable for the Cavaliers.