Kyrie Irving is staying with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Irving will sign a five-year maximum salary contract extension on July 10 when the free-agency signing period officially begins. The contract hasn’t been signed yet but Irving and owner Dan Gilbert both made it clear on Twitter that Irving would be staying in Cleveland.
I’m here for the long haul Cleveland!!! and I’m ecstatic!! Super excited and blessed to be here and apart of something special.#ClevelandKID
— Kyrie Irving (@KyrieIrving) July 1, 2014
Cavaliers fans should be pretty excited for next season. In addition to keeping Irving on the court, the Cavs will also have Andrew Wiggins, the number one pick from this year’s draft.
— andrew wiggins (@22wiggins) June 27, 2014
And Wiggins is already at work with the Cavs.
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) July 1, 2014
Do you think the Cleveland Cavaliers will be able to grab a playoff spot this year? Will they be able to contend for the championship?