Former Cavaliers general manager, David Griffin, was on The Jump Tuesday afternoon, saying, “I think Kyrie’s going to end up being traded.” However, an Irving trade may not happen soon as the Cavaliers are currently receiving lowball offers. Cleveland remains engaged in trade talks, but they will trade Irving only for the right price, which is an established starter, a young player on a Rookie Scale Contract, and a first-round pick. Where will he eventually land? Here are four of the most realistic destinations for the disgruntled superstar point guard.

San Antonio Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs haven’t been aggressive in their pursuit of Irving, but they are on his list of preferred destinations. San Antonio’s best offer would include LaMarcus Aldridge as the cornerstone piece, which may not entirely interest the Cavaliers. However, if Cleveland cannot find any suitable deals, the Spurs may sneak in and acquire Irving.

Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics have most recently emerged as a legitimate landing spot for Irving as David Griffin mentioned them as a team on Irving’s preferred list. Very simply, the Celtics could acquire Irving’s services by trading Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, and a future first-round pick. Notice the trade does not include a player on a rookie scale contract, and it’s because Thomas is already a star player, who would satisfy the Cavaliers.

Boston may not even need to offer Los Angeles Lakers’ 2018 first-round pick, which is top-three protected.

Denver Nuggets

Flying under the radar are the Denver Nuggets. They have many assets they could use in a trade for Irving that would meet Cleveland’s demands. They have a flurry of young shooting guards and plenty of frontcourt depth.

A combination of Gary Harris, Kenneth Faried, and a future first-round pick may be sufficient enough. Emmanuel Mudiay, Jamal Murray, and Darrell Arthur are other pieces that could be attached to any possible deal.

Phoenix Suns

For weeks, the Phoenix Suns have been mentioned as frontrunners to attain Irving. Although the Suns have made a lowball offer to the Cavaliers, they have plenty of young assets they could use to satisfy Cleveland ultimately.

Their most recent proposal consists of Eric Bledsoe, Dragan Bender, and a first-round pick via the Miami Heat. However, if the Suns simply switch out Bender for other young players, such as Marquese Chriss and T.J. Warren, they should be able to win the Irving sweepstakes. In all reality, adding Chriss and/or Warren to the deal would still be ideal for Phoenix.