One of the biggest headlines in this year's NBA offseason is Kyrie Irving's desire to part ways with the Cleveland Cavaliers. It is believed that Irving is tired of playing second fiddle to LeBron James and wants to lead his own unit.

When this news came out, numerous teams expressed interest in trading for Irving. The New York Knicks, Phoenix Suns, San Antonio Spurs, and the Toronto Raptors are a few of the teams that have been mentioned.

Another team that could be included on the list is the Miami Heat. In a Bleacher Report podcast, ESPN's Ramona Shelburne stated that for her, Miami is the franchise that will successfully take Irving from Cleveland.

It is uncertain who the Heat is likely going to offer for the 25-year-old, though their roster has the right mix of seasoned veterans and young talent.

Dion Waiters warns Kyrie Irving

If Miami pursues Irving, it may be difficult for him to become the franchise's main star. A few days ago, Heat guard Dion Waiters said there is already an "alpha male" in South Beach. Waiters emerged as one of the best players for the Heat last season. He averaged 15.8 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per game. The 25-year-old also provided a number of clutch moments for Miami, including one versus the defending champions Golden State Warriors. The performance Waiters had Miami's previous campaign led to him signing a multi-year deal with the team in July.

He is now considered by many as a star for the Heat and perhaps this is why he warned Irving if ever the latter has a plan to join the team and becoming the main man.

Kevin Durant on Cavaliers feud

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant is the latest player to comment on the Cavaliers' problem with Irving and James. In an interview with ESPN, the 2017 Finals MVP was confident that Cleveland's top players will be able to work things out.

Durant added that what is happening between Irving and James is a common problem in the NBA. However, the issue is magnified because both are superstars in the league. Irving's current situation with the Cavaliers is nothing new for Durant, who left the Oklahoma City Thunder last summer to be with the Warriors.

A lot of fans are convinced that, aside from the desire to win a ring, Durant abandoned the Thunder because of reigning MVP Russell Westbrook. The Durant-Westbrook duo made Oklahoma City a legitimate contender in the league. Unfortunately, the combination was unable to help the Thunder to a championship.