When I asked for more information, they continued "LeBron has said time and time again that he wants to raise his family in Cleveland and retire a Cavalier (remember the Sports Illustrated letter), do not be surprised when he ends up owning this team". Paul, a long-time friend of James, has reportedly said that James doesn't want to be in Houston and would rather end up in Los Angeles. It wasn't fun the last time James left town.
Monday night, Cleveland.com's Joe Vardon reported that "the Cavs' front office and James' camp have been in contact over the phone and in person, though there has been no meeting with James present, nor has there been any real dialogue as far as James' future is concerned". Welcome to Decision 3.0. The Cavs have the No. 8 pick, which they acquired from the Nets.
In the National Basketball Association, the only thing worse than being awful is being mediocre.
Love has also been mentioned as someone the Cavs to attach to the No. 8 overall pick to land another star for LeBron to play next to, if he was to return to the franchise. So I got four.
It is unlikely that any draft prospects alone would entice James to stay at this point of his career, as he is looking to win now and is unlikely to be wowed by a player that still needs developing. Will LeBron James remain with the Cavs?
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Although he had his most efficient season as a Cavalier during his 59 regular season games, the 29-year-old struggled throughout much of the postseason, at least for his standards.
However, the Cavaliers aren't in much position to make changes to the roster that will be appealing to LeBron.
With LeBron James potentially on his way out, many believe Love will be traded for young assets to rebuild around.
And it's why you see them linked to the likes of Chandler Parsons, whose $49.2 million over the next two years the Memphis Grizzlies are desperately trying to unload.
"When you have LeBron, you don't have time for the draft". And momentum for the Cavs to select the Missouri freshman forward only gained steam on Thursday morning, when ESPN's Jonathan Givony released his final mock draft.
The odds favor finding good players the higher you draft.