Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving requested a trade in July.
As August progresses, the four-time All-Star remains in Cleveland.
But there have been plenty of rumors and reports about what's next for the dynamic 25-year old, and what it will mean for the Cavs as they look to turn this request into a deal that will not only satisfy Irving, but also will retool their roster for another championship run with LeBron James.
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Market-setting offshore sportsbook BookMaker.eu revealed these odds on July 21st for what would be next for Irving:
New York Knicks +350
San Antonio Spurs +400
Miami Heat +550
Minnesota Timberwolves +700
Not Traded Before 2017-18 Regular Season Starts +1000
Since that point, there's been substantial movement in BookMaker's odds for where Irving will be start the 2017-18 season:
San Antonio Spurs +200
Miami Heat +450
Boston Celtics +500
Phoenix Suns +700
New York Knicks +800
Minnesota Timberwolves +1000
Denver Nuggets +1200
Not Traded Before 2017-18 Regular Season Starts +350
Most notably, the Knicks have fallen into the long shot category, while the Spurs have moved up as the new clear-cut favorite. According to recent reports, the Knicks have become an unlikely destination for Irving due to Carmelo Anthony's desire to go to Houston.
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The Celtics have also emerged as a new team to watch, according to the odds, as have the Phoenix Suns.
The Cavs have reportedly been eyeing both Eric Bledsoe and Josh Jackson of Phoenix, though the Suns don't appear ready to agree to a deal that would include those two as the centerpieces. Minnesota remains firmly in the mix as well.
Irving averaged a career-best 25.2 points last season. He also shot a career high 47.3 percent from the field and dished out 5.8 assists per game, so he'll be an instant difference-maker wherever he lands.
Finding the right compensation remains the challenge for Cleveland -- a franchise that was underwhelming this offseason, but has a chance to make a big splash with this deal. With the clock possibly ticking on James' future, finding the right return for Irving could be the difference in keeping a contending roster together or completely falling apart.