Free agent Kyrie Irving is meeting with the Brooklyn Nets in New York on Sunday and both sides are motivated to move quickly toward reaching a 4-year, $141M deal, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Once Irving commits to a deal, the Nets are expected to renounce All-Star guard D’Angelo Russell and allow him to become an unrestricted free agent, sources told Wojnarowski.

Russell led Nets to the playoffs this past season. There’s tremendous league-wide interest in Russell.

The pieces are already starting to fall into place.  

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