The Cleveland Cavaliers have had a good summer. They just laid off Kyrie Irving's hefty $60 million over three years contract in exchange for Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and future draft picks that would them in the future.

Although they started the offseason on a very low note with reports going around the league about an internal turmoil, they have surely managed to turn things around by winning the trade with the Boston Celtics.

Dan Gilbert taking control on Kyrie Irving's trade negotiations

According to The Ringer, multiple sources have told them that Cleveland Cavaliers' owner Dan Gilbert was in charge of the negotiation that sent Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics.

After Chauncey Billups declined the job offer of him becoming the Cavaliers' President of Basketball Operations, Cleveland then hired Koby Altman as General Manager.

Even though the first offer for Irving was great for the Cavaliers, with the Celtics adding Crowder and Brooklyn's pick to compensate Thomas' injury. Cleveland still found a way to make things a lot better for them. Nonetheless, the pieces that the Cleveland Cavaliers really wanted were Jae Crowder and Brooklyn's first round pick.

Dan Gilbert promises not to move the Cavaliers

There have been a lot of rumors going around the league that Dan Gilbert was going to relocate the team after the cancellation of the $140 million renovation plans for the Quicken Loans Arena.

Dan Gilbert was quick to respond and put down the rumors and promised that the Cleveland Cavaliers will not move out of Northeast Ohio.

According to WKYC, the renovation plans were canceled because some Cleveland based groups opposed the idea and suggested that the money goes to the renovations of the inner-city neighborhoods.

Cavaliers preparing for life after Lebron

The Cavaliers now has a few pieces that would help them rebuild if Lebron James decides to really leave for free Agency. According to sources, the Cavaliers would've changed the asking price for Kyrie Irving if they had an assurance that Lebron would stay in Cleveland.

Although there have been a lot of rumors that Lebron is surely going to become a free agent this summer, the decision is still far from certain.

Dan Gilbert bought the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2005 for a staggering $375 million. And he has delivered great results for the Cavaliers during his tenure.

Dan Gilbert is often the one taking the heat for the Cavaliers' organizational problems, some things seemed reasonable while others are just ridiculous. But the recent move he made show how smart and how committed Gilbert is to the Cavaliers.