Cleveland Cavaliers not willing to offer Kyrie Irving maximum contract?

The Eastern Conference's Kyrie Irving #2 of the Cleveland Cavaliers celebrates with the Kia NBA All-Star Game MVP trophy after the 2014 NBA All-Star game at the Smoothie King Center on February 16, 2014
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The Cleveland Cavaliers may not offer Kyrie Irving a maximum-earning contract extension this summer, according to a report in the press.

The Cleveland Cavaliers may not be willing to offer Kyrie Irving a maximum-earning contract extension this summer, according to a report.

Irving's future at the team has been debated throughout the season, with the player and has family reportedly suggesting that he would want to move away from the team if he isn't offered the right contract.

According to the New York Daily News, the Cavs now may not be willing to offer the 2014 All-Star Game MVP the money he wants, with a possible trade coming in the off-season.

Though Cleveland may not be willing to pay an increased salary for the player, it is thought that a number of other NBA sides are willing to do so.

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving looks to make a shot under pressure from Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez on November 13, 2012
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