(OHIO) WOIO - It looks like the Cleveland Cavaliers want more in the Kyrie Irving trade. ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski made the latest report on Saturday night.
Wojnarowski said Cleveland is seeking further compensation before finalizing the trade with the Celtics.
Irving may actually start the 2017-18 NBA season playing for the Cavaliers. The initial trade sends Irving to the Boston Celtics for Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, and a first-round draft pick in the 2018 NBA Draft.
Wojnarowski reports Thomas had some issues with a physical examination with the Cavs. Thomas missed a portion of the 2017 NBA Playoffs with a hip injury.
Wojnarowski said in the ESPN.com article Cleveland can still veto the trade, they have until Thursday. The Celtics and Cavs will meet on Aug. 26 to talk about the latest details with the trade.