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Celtics Made Trade Offer For Kawhi Leonard in February

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The Boston Celtics made a trade offer to the San Antonio Spurs for All-Star forward before this year's trading deadline, reports ESPN.com's Adrian Wojnarowski. According to the report, the Spurs turned down the deal and never made a proposal to counter the offer. The Celtics have the assets to make a trade happen should the Spurs reconsider, with a lot of young players and the Sacramento Kings' first round pick in 2019.

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Report: Danny Ainge and Celtics made trade offer for Kawhi Leonard in February

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According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Danny Ainge and the Boston Celtics reached out to the Spurs about trading for Kawhi Leonard. The Boston Celtics made a trade offer to San Antonio before the February deadline, but the Spurs turned it down — and never made a counterproposal, league sources said. San Antonio wasn't willing to discuss deals for Leonard in February.

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Celtics’ Irving mum on potential LeBron reunion

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Kyrie Irving didn't have much to say when asked about the possibility of former teammate LeBron James joining him on the Boston Celtics this offseason. "In this business, I've experienced it all and I've seen a lot, so we'll see what management decides," Irving told reporters Tuesday. Irving requested a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers last offseason after playing in James' shadow for three seasons, and he got his wish when he was dealt to the Celtics.

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Celtics’ Irving mum on potential LeBron reunion

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Kyrie Irving didn't have much to say when asked about the possibility of former teammate LeBron James joining him on the Boston Celtics this offseason. "In this business, I've experienced it all and I've seen a lot, so we'll see what management decides," Irving told reporters Tuesday. Irving requested a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers last offseason after playing in James' shadow for three seasons, and he got his wish when he was dealt to the Celtics.

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Kyrie Irving says signing extension with Celtics ‘just doesn’t make any sense’

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Kyrie Irving can give you 86 million reasons why he shouldn’t sign an extension with the Celtics this summer. Irving is in the same boat that both Klay Thompson and Draymond Green found themselves in — leaks come from somewhere about how their teams want to sign them to an extension next summer. The question is why a player would want to do that (and no, Irving’s injury concerns do not override 86 million).

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Kyrie Irving: Signing max deal with Celtics this summer ‘doesn’t make any sense’

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Kyrie Irving told reporters that it doesn’t make any sense to sign a long-term deal with the Celtics this summer, and he’s right. Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving has one year remaining on his current contract, but is eligible to lock in for a long-term extension this summer worth around $101 million over four years. Irving told reporters on Tuesday that it doesn’t make sense to extend this summer, despite questions about his long-term health over lingering knee issues.

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