Unfortunately for the Miami faithful, both stars ended up on different teams. Still, that hasn’t kept them from taking the court at American Airlines Arena together, as they were seen on Friday for what appeared to be a training session.
Kyrie and KD getting some work in together in Miami
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) August 31, 2018
The two are probably doing nothing more than taking some time out of their offseason to start preparing for the 2018-19 NBA season. Still, well informed fans already know that both Durant and Irving are set to headline a loaded free-agency class next summer.
It seems unlikely that the Heat would be able to attract and afford both All-Stars considering their current salary cap, but team president Pat Riley has been known to make the seemingly impossible quite possible.
If Durant and Irving were to decide to take their talents to South Beach, Miami would once again be considered amongst the best teams in the NBA.
Only time will tell if the two will end up considering Miami as a possible destination once again.