Derrick Rose meeting with Cavaliers to discuss 1-year contract

Cavs' interest in Rose no threat to Kyrie (1:43)

Adrian Wojnarowski reports on the latest with Derrick Rose's visit with Cleveland amid Kyrie Irving's desire for a trade. (1:43)

Free-agent guard Derrick Rose is meeting with Cleveland Cavaliers officials in Ohio on Monday, league sources told ESPN.

Rose has been engaged in serious discussions on a one-year, $2.1 million minimum deal with the Cavaliers.

Rose met with the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday, but has been leaning toward the Cavaliers opportunity, league sources told ESPN.

Rose's visit comes amid Kyrie Irving's trade request, which the organization has been aware since starting discussions with Rose recently. The Cavaliers have been fielding multiple trade calls and offers for Irving in recent days but do not yet have traction on a possible deal, league sources said.

Rose has been largely interested in finding a contender to help revitalize his market value, especially after a frustrating and dysfunctional 2016-17 season with the New York Knicks, league sources said.

Rose, 28, averaged 18.0 points for the Knicks last season. The 2011 NBA MVP had season-ending knee surgery in April but has recovered and has returned to full-time preparation for the 2017-18 season.