Your Ball: What should Cavs do about Kyrie?

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You have enough evidence to believe Kyrie Irving has actually requested a trade.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have not denied it. Irving has not denied it. His agent, Jeff Wechsler, didn't even deny it.

All anyone has really said is Irving and his reps have met -- and that the details won't be released.

New Cavs general manager Koby Altman said "the situation is fluid."

Cavs owner Dan Gilbert added that Irving is under contract, and Gilbert expects Irving will be in training camp at the end of September.

The Minnesota Timberwolves, Phoenix Suns and probably the majority of the league's other teams said, "Wait a minute. In Cavs camp?"

OK, they didn't really say that part -- but you get the idea. Most everyone expects Irving to be on the move this offseason after what appears to be some issues with Cavs star LeBron James.

We've seen your trade ideas. We want to see more. We also want to know if you think the Cavs should go ahead and pull the trigger in an Irving trade (in the right deal, of course) -- or hang on to him, and see if Irving and James can coexist, play together, and continue to thrive.

Let us know in the comments section below. We don't always have time to respond, though we do try, and we read every last thought.

Look forward to seeing what you have to say about Irving, the Cavs, and perhaps some potential trade ideas.