Kyrie Irving won’t budge: three-year renewal with Dallas Mavericks

Despite rumors that have linked him in recent days to the Phoenix Suns and Philadelphia 76ers, Kyrie Irving will continue to partner with Luka Doncic at the Dallas Mavericks. The point guard, who arrived in Texas in February from Brooklyn, struck a deal with Dallas to a new three-year deal worth $126 million total.

Kyrie Irving’s contract was negotiated by his agent, Shetellia Riley, who, as Shams Charania points out, thus becomes the first African American woman attorney to succeed. Irving, in his first months in Dallas, had maintained 27.0 points and 6.0 assists average, however, failing to qualify for the Playoffs (and also the Play-in).

Much of the Mavericks’ ambitions, however, will depend on the other moves and players they put around the Doncic-Irving duo.

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