Trade talks for Kyrie Irving have reached a new high.
Acccording to ESPN, six teams have made offers to the Cavaliers for the point guard.
Those teams are: The LA Clippers, San Antonio Spurs, Phoenix Suns, Minnesota Timberwolves, New York Knicks and Miami Heat.
According to the same report, as many as 20 teams have inquired about Irving's availability.
The report comes a day after The Athletic reported the Cavaliers have tried to communicate with Irving but he isn't speaking to anyone in the organization.
On July 7, Irving requested a trade.
The point guard -- who won an NBA title with the Cavs two seasons ago -- is under contract for two more seasons -- $18,868,625 in 2017-18 and $20,099,188 in 2018-19 -- plus a $21,329,750 player option in 2019-20.