Well looks like Cleveland is in for another rough 64 years, unless another Lebroom comes... I guess this rivalry is over and we know the winner.
Kyrie is one of the players that interest me so I think he deserves his own place than stay a sidekick.
Get his own team and what become Lillard & the Blazers-esque cannon fodder for the Warriors if he goes west, or, if he stays in the east, fall in the first or second round of the play-offs at best?
He supposedly mentioned the Spurs, Knicks, Heat, and Wolves a preferred destinations for a trade. As others mentioned on the previous page, he doesn't seem like the type to fit in with the Spurs way of playing basketball if he goes, and the Spurs don't have a great deal to offer the Cavs in return. The Knicks are the Knicks - he can be the big star there and maybe, just maybe, he'll bring some excitement to MSG and New York starts drawing free agents again; then again, Dolan is Dolan, so maybe he f*cks things up (again) and the Knicks remain a laughing stock even with Kyrie. The Heat's an interesting scenario but an Irving-Waiters backcourt hasn't worked well in the past. The Wolves actually interests me the most - apparently he's close to Jimmy Butler, and they've obviously got the exciting young guns of Lavine, Wiggins, and KAT, but they'd have to give at least one (plus a bunch of picks, I imagine) up in a trade to get Kyrie.
That said, he's still under contract so the Cavs have no obligation to trade him to where he wants to go.