After a devastating playoff loss against the Bucks, Kyrie Irving has been reportedly active in finding a new landing spot. And reports claim that Irving and the Brooklyn Nets are already on good terms with each other.

Big names have been all over the news these past few weeks as stars like Kevin Durant and Irving have reportedly been making progress in their apparent desire to switch teams next season.

Just yesterday, multiple sources said that Irving and the Nets are currently establishing a good relationship. According to reports, the Nets are highly interested in getting Irving into their roster with or without Durant. Irving, for his part, has apparently also kept an eye on the Nets' progress as a team and is reportedly considering Nets as an option.

Although Irving plays the same position as current Nets star D’Angelo Russell, reports said that the team plans to keep both of them as its primary backcourt force, according to Nets Daily.

In addition to this, a new gameplan has been revealed should the Nets pursue the Irving and Russell tandem. Reports suggested that the Nets plan to redesign its backcourt line-up, and the idea of an Irving and Russell team-up will contribute massively on offense and just quite steady on defense, Yahoo Sports reported.

Needless to say, if the Nets will get Irving on their team, it will definitely help them in scoring and more importantly in winning games.

The Nets did not have a bad season this year, but it is never wrong to put a high caliber player like Irving in their roster to make the team better. Brooklyn has been very open about their future plans and have reportedly been targeting Jimmy Butler as well.

Surely, how Irving played in the last few games with the Celtics is not the former NBA champ’s best form. But that does not mean that Irving will not be better next season. In fact, Irving’s undeniable desire to switch teams and his reported progress in talking to various teams are obviously a hint that the 6-foot-3 Celtics star point guard is hungry for revenge and definitely yearning for another championship.

Until then, Irving remains a Celtic but also a top prospect for NBA teams with the capability to acquire stars. It is safe to say that more news about Irving will be released in the next days.

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Kyrie Irving #11 of the Boston Celtics celebrates after Jayson Tatum scored against the Phoenix Suns at TD Garden in Boston, Dec. 19, 2018. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images