Kyrie Irving signs $90 Cavs deal and USA prepare for World Cup showdown - US Report

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We begin in the NBA where 2014 free agency is officially open. Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James are amongst a host of high profile stars on the look out for new deals this offseason.

One player who doesn’t look like he is going anywhere this summer however is Kyrie Iriving.
The All-star point guard is set to sign a six-year contract extension with the Cleveland Cavaliers worth a reported $90 million.

And it’s not just players who are on the move. Jason Kidd has left the Brooklyn Nets after just one season as head coach. The Milwaukee Bucks announced Kidd as their new boss on Tuesday with two future draft picks heading to Brooklyn.

Meanwhile the USMNT are in action today at the World Cup. Jurgen Klinsmann’s men take on Belgium as they look to progress to the quarter finals.

The US will be boosted by the return of striker Jozy Altidore but face a tough task against a Belgian side who won all three of their group games.

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