When will Kyrie Irving make his Dallas Mavericks debut?

Kyrie Irving, Reggie Bullock
Kyrie Irving, Reggie Bullock / Jim McIsaac/GettyImages

After Kyrie Irving's recent request to be traded from the Brooklyn Nets, the Dallas Mavericks agreed to take on the eight-time NBA All-Star in a blockbuster deal on Sunday afternoon.

In the trade, the Mavericks are parting with Spencer Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith, and three draft picks for Irving and Markieff Morris.

According to reports, Jason Kidd wanted the move, and Luka Doncic also gave his approval, as it gives him superstar another star to play alongside. While questions of commitment will understandably come about in due time, there's no denying this is the most talented player Doncic has been able to share the court with.

Following the monster pre-deadline trade, the next step will be for everyone involved to pass their physicals. Once those are taken care of, Irving can officially join the club on the court to help in their pursuit of a playoff run.

When can Dallas Mavericks fans expect Kyrie Irving's debut?

The Mavericks have a busy week on the road ahead, visiting the Utah Jazz on Monday before traveling to the west coast to face the Clippers on Wednesday and the Kings on Friday and Saturday.

If the process takes as long as it usually does, then Irving should be eligible to suit up for the Mavericks on Wednesday, February 8th, when they take on the LA Clippers at 10 p.m. ET. Again, it is Kyrie, however -- a player that's missed about as many games as he's appeared in since joining his most recent team, so anything can happen.

Update, 4:56 p.m. ET. Per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Irving is indeed expected to make his Mavericks debut on Wednesday.

Kyrie's homecourt debut will likely take place on Monday, February 13th at 8:30 p.m. ET as the Mavericks host the Minnesota Timberwolves.

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This season just got 10 times more interesting, and I would expect the Mavericks to be in the national spotlight quite often as we head into the All-Star break and beyond.