Kyrie Irving's situation with the Brooklyn Nets still remains stark. It doesn't appear as though the All-Star point guard is going to change his mind about getting the vaccine, while for their part, the organization is standing pat on their decision to keep Irving away from the team up and until he is a “full participant.” There seems to be no resolution in sight.

Given the nature of this standoff, it is not surprising that the Nets remain open to the prospect of trading Kyrie. This is according to NBA insider Ian Begley of SNY:

To that end, it’s worth noting that, as of late last month, Brooklyn remained open to talking trades involving Irving, per SNY sources. ESPN reported in late October that the Nets were taking calls on potential Irving trades, but not making them. In the weeks following that report, several teams said Brooklyn has continued to take that approach with the All-Star guard.

It sounds like the Nets aren't actively shopping Kyrie Irving, but that they are more than willing to listen to offers when they come. Unfortunately for them, teams from around the league are taking advantage of Irving's market value being at an all-time low. It's either the Nets are being low-balled or they're not getting any offers at all. Either way, there is clearly no winner in this dire situation.