Most divorces are messy. Volatile, public divorces? They're almost always a spectacle. Exhibit A of said divorce in recent NBA history was Kyrie Irving forcing his way out of Cleveland and , ultimately, to Boston out of a desire to no longer play alongside LeBron James.
While James had a great deal of influence over the roster and depth chart, he is washing his hands of the whole affair, saying that Kyrie's desire to move on was "not my problem."
At the end of the day, Koby Altman is making trades, not LeBron. Even if Kyrie doesn't re-sign in Boston, this looks like an all-time fleece by Danny Ainge and the Celtics.