The Kyrie Irving saga continues as teams become clearer on what they want from the Cleveland Cavaliers. But for the Minnesota Timberwolves, there are things that they just can't seem to give up. According to the latest reports, the Timberwolves' offer to Cavaliers did not include Andrew Wiggins and that's when both teams halted the talks. Apparently, the Cavs wanted Wiggins and more in exchange of Kyrie Irving.

Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves and the Cleveland Cavaliers

The Canadian shooting guard, on the other hand, has no qualms being traded to his former team.

In fact, the trade will give him a chance to play for the team that made him the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NBA draft. Wiggins was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Kevin Love prior to LeBron James' return to Ohio. In a report by the AmicoHoops, it stated: "While the Timberwolves aren’t willing to include Wiggins, sources have told Amico Hoops he would welcome a return to the team that drafted him with the No. 1 overall draft pick in 2014."

ESPN's Darren Wolfson broke the news on Twitter when he responded to an inquiry about the Timberwolves' offer to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Kyrie Irving and the New York Knicks

When Kyrie Irving requested the trade, he made it clear that his preferred team is the New York Knicks.

Nevertheless, several others came were mentioned as the best second option for the Cavs' superstar. According to reports, the other teams that expressed interest to obtain Irving include the San Antonio Spurs, Miami Heat, and the latest; the Boston Celtics capitalizing on Isaiah Thomas' expiring contract.

As the New York Knicks prepare to make their offer, Carmelo Anthony made it clear that he only wants to be traded to the Houston Rockets and not to Cleveland.

Unfortunately for the Knicks franchise, the veteran has a no-trade clause included in his contract, meaning he can choose not to be traded and remain in the team for the rest of his career. Meanwhile, Anthony can also waive his no-trade clause for another team, but that is if he really wants out from the Knicks franchise.

As of writing, talks between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Minnesota Timberwolves have been halted and with no assurance that it will progress in the future, other teams can now present their individual proposal to the Cleveland Cavaliers franchise. Meanwhile, recent reports reveal that LeBron James has been working on helping the team acquire players like Derrick Rose and Jeff Green.