Brooklyn owner didn’t want to send Irving to the Lakers 

Joe Chai, owner of the Brooklyn Nets, did not move in the direction Kyrie Irving (30) wanted.

Reporter Mark Stein of the media The Ringer said on the morning of the 6th (Korean time) that the owner of Joseph C. Tsai met two goals due to the Irving trade.

According to Stein, owner Chungshin Chai traded to a destination that was not Irving’s preferred destination and succeeded in obtaining Dorian Finney-Smith, who Durant likes.

Earlier, on the 4th, Irving requested a trade from the Brooklyn club. Irving decided to leave the team after failing to get what he wanted in the process of negotiating a contract extension with Brooklyn.

Accordingly, Brooklyn club Frontz was busy trying to trade Irving. When Irving was put up for sale on the trade market, several clubs began to show interest, including the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Dallas Mavericks, and Phoenix Suns.

In this situation, Irving also wanted to join the Lakers as predicted by people, but the owner Cha Chung-shin transferred Irving to Dallas, not the Lakers. 카지노사이트

At this time, the Lakers offered a package of Russell Westbrook + two first-round picks to Brooklyn to sign Irving, but Brooklyn declined. Next, Brooklyn counter-offered several first-round picks to the Lakers, including Austin Reeves, Max Christ, and swap rights.

Phoenix then offered Chris Paul and Jay Crowder and a first-round pick, but Brooklyn wanted Cam Jones instead of Crowder.

In the end, the Brooklyn front side chose Dinwiddie and Finney-Smith, who Durant wanted, because they had experience with them. At the same time, Brooklyn also received the first round nomination in 2029 and the second round nomination in 2027/29 from Dallas.

On the other hand, owner Chai Chung-sin was tired of Irving, who had been doing various oddities such as leaving without permission and not being vaccinated during the season. Accordingly, he showed a strong attitude towards Irving and decided not to move the team to the place Irving wanted.