Kyrie Irving Will Sign Five-Year, $90 Million Contract Extension With the Cleveland Cavaliers

When the clock struck 12:01 a.m., the Cleveland Cavaliers‘ front office didn’t waste any time meeting with Kyrie Irving in New Jersey to discuss his future with the team and offer him a max contract worth $90 million over five years. Less than two hours later, Irving must’ve liked what he heard because owner Dan Gilbert sent out the following tweet:

That tweet by Gilbert was followed up by a message from Irving’s agent:

Written by Joey Sinatra

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