The 2018 NBA Draft is this week and the Cleveland Cavaliers find themselves at a crossroads because they have no idea what superstar LeBron James is going to do in free agency. James is now on vacation with his family, sources said.
Rest assured that the Rockets' understandably devastated Chris Paul - who made a fast exit from Toyota Center late Monday night after being forced to watch the biggest game of his life from the bench because of his hamstring injury - has already begun his recruitment of James to Houston. It's clear that Love would like to continue playing alongside LeBron moving forward.
Though perhaps not right away, Young could be the dynamic scoring, floor spacing point guard for LeBron James, kind of like (though, again, not immediately) like the one James lost when Kyrie Irving was traded. Kyle Kuzma, Josh Hart, 25th pick and future 1st round pick will be a very good offer for the Cavs, but only in the case that LeBron James decides to leave them this summer. "Anything is possible. People have been saying that for the past four years".
As the conversation came to an end, my source gave me information on LeBron's ultimate end game with the Cavaliers.
In his latest and final projection, Givony pegged Cleveland to draft Porter with the No. 8 pick. I've always said that.
The Cleveland Cavaliers aren't offering Kevin Love in any trade offers and intend to have him on the roster next season regardless of any decision LeBron James may make, ESPN reported Wednesday. "Always wanted to win here".
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Walker will be entering the final season of his current contract with the Charlotte Hornets. Will LeBron James remain with the Cavs?
"So, (it's) certainly not an easy position for Koby Altman and those guys to be in and I don't envy them".
According to Sports Illustrated's Jeremy Woo, the Hawks have made Dennis Schroder available in trade talks, but he could be hard to move because of his contract, as he has $46 million left on his current deal.
Which team Toronto could potentially make a deal with remains to be seen, and a trade might not develop until Thursday night.
It's worth mentioning that Kawhi Leonard wants out of San Antonio and reports are the Spurs won't trade him within the Western Conference.