Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Could LeBron James Wind Up In Boston This Summer?

Could LeBron James Wind Up In Boston This Summer?

Irving can opt out of his current deal next offseason, and from the sound of it, he hasn't given much thought to his future with the Celtics.

As most already know, Hayward suffered a gruesome leg injury only 5 minutes into his Celtics debut, which sidelined him for the rest of the season.

They're technically right too.

"Obviously, it's a business at the end of the day", Irving said.

Kyrie Irving isn't interested in signing an extension with the Boston Celtics this summer, but that's not exactly news.

"Well, I mean, I know that question is going to come up a lot over the next year, just based upon where my deal is". I think around this time is probably 15 weeks until the third week in September, not that I'm thinking about it or anything. Irving's response about his future with the Celtics certainly isn't reassuring to green teamers, but it's also important to remember that this is Kyrie Irving.

"Management and I will have a talk, but that talk won't happen now", he said.

Irving said that's a discussion to be had after the upcoming season.

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Kyrie Irving #11 of the Boston Celtics handles the ball against the Denver Nuggets on December 13, 2017 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

"I am truly grateful to speak with management as well as our coaching staff", Irving said.

This is all popping up as Danny Ainge and the Celtics weigh their options with Irving.

"You don't really try to control that narrative", he said.

Irving, who requested a trade from the Cavaliers last summer reportedly in an attempt to move away from James and lead his own team, was asked if he would be open to reuniting with LeBron on Tuesday.

"If I'm Boston you could do a few things". Until I get to that point, then I can't really answer any questions. It's best for him and the Cavaliers to move forward.

"For me, I'm just glad everyone got to learn how special they were on a bigger stage".

There will nearly certainly be hot take artists who read that from Irving and do the "he's not committed to the team" nonsense that we've come to expect out of radio hosts and columnists from the otherwise great city of Boston.

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