Kyrie Irving has made it known that he hopes to get an extension done with the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets would presumably like to keep Irving, but reportedly feel no pressure to get anything done in a swift manner.

There have been no significant extension discussions between Irving and Brooklyn. Both sides have until June 30 to agree to extend Irving's deal. If no agreement is reached, Irving will become an unrestricted free agent on July 1.

If Irving chose to leave the Nets in free agency, it's likely that would have to be via a sign-and-trade. Most of the teams in position to sign Irving outright in free agency aren't a fit at this time. That means getting to a non-cap space team would have to involve Brooklyn agreeing to a deal.