While there have been reports that the Cleveland Cavaliers will not offer Kyrie Irving a maximum five-year extension, sources have said that it will indeed be made.

The Cavaliers will schedule a meeting with Irving once July 1 arrives.

The Cavaliers are hopeful that Irving will agree to the max extension, that will be in the five-year, $90 million range.

If Irving is not interested in an extension, the Cavaliers could explore trading him.

No player set to come off a rookie deal has turned down a max contract extension since he would have to wait two full years to become an unrestricted free agent.