It seems that the Phoenix Suns are still pursuing Kyrie Irving as they are trying to make a suitable offer to the Cleveland Cavaliers for their point guard. Irving would, without any doubt, be the best player and the first option on the Suns. His backcourt partner would be Devin Booker, who's a great young player and who could develop into one of the best scorers in the league with Irving on his team.

The Cavaliers are looking to acquire Josh Jackson from the Phoenix Suns in an Irving trade, but the Suns are not willing to part ways with their fourth pick.

However, they are willing to trade another young player, along with one veteran and their first-round pick in next year's NBA draft.

Considering that the Suns' package offer is actually really good, it is unlikely the Cavaliers will get a much better deal, not from the Suns nor from any other team. They'd get a replacement for Irving, a young talented player and a first-round pick.

Phoenix Suns' potential trade for Kyrie Irving

Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN stated the following: "The Phoenix Suns are the team to watch on Kyrie Irving. Now, they won’t offer Josh Jackson plus that Miami 2018 first and Eric Bledsoe. I’m told they’ll do Bledsoe. They’ll do the pick. Plus, Dragan Bender." The Suns wouldn't include Booker or Jackson in their deal for Irving, but they'd be willing to part ways with Bledsoe and Bender.

Cleveland Cavaliers would also receive the first-round pick from the Suns, which Phoenix acquired in a trade with the Miami Heat a few years ago. While this pick most likely won't be an early pick in the first round, the Cavaliers could use it to find a diamond in the rough.

On the other side, the Suns would receive Kyrie Irving who's an exceptional player.

With Irving on the team, Phoenix would be more competitive and there's a chance they could finally make the playoffs. While this will be a tough goal to achieve, the Suns would have a great young roster that could do surprisingly well next season.

Would the Cavaliers accept the deal?

Even if he stays healthy the entire season, Eric Bledsoe is still a downgrade from Irving.

Dragan Bender hasn't looked really good in the NBA so far and the Draft Pick will be useless next season.

Considering that the Cavaliers are in a win-now situation, it is unlikely they'd accept such deal. While this trade would work out for both sides, the Cavaliers simply have no time to lose and they want another superstar for Irving. Preferably, it would be someone who will help LeBron James win the title next year, and Bledsoe is not that kind of a player.