Welcome to the league, Koby Altman! A man with a Wikipedia page shorter than Isaiah Thomas himself, the Cavs’ freshman GM was faced with the incredibly tall task of keeping the team a championship contender in the wake of David Griffin’s departure in June. His job didn’t get much easier when it became apparent that Kyrie was looking to force his way out of town in an attempt to step out of LeBron’s shadow. Less than a month into his new gig, Altman pulled the trigger on an incredibly unprecedented deal, or what we like to call in the 2017 NBA offseason “Tuesday,” that sent Kyrie Irving to Boston. Here’s how it played out.