LeBron James is about to become a free agent, and this raised the dust. Suitors are hoping to get him in the team, and the battle is huge. But, everything points to the fact that LeBron is actually trying to recruit new stars to Cleveland Cavaliers. Although he hasn’t announced his free agency decision yet, he will have to make a decision by the end of the month.
Will LeBron actually leave the Cavaliers?
Ryen Russillo went on SpotsCenter with Scott Van Pelt and gave out an important info.
“All the arrows point to him bolting, but I know for a fact LeBron is trying to figure out if other stars around the league wanna come play with him, but come play with him in Cleveland, first. So whatever happened tonight, there was no pick, there was no move—other than Kawhi [Leonard] being traded for the eighth pick, that wasn’t gonna happen—there was nothing that was gonna happen tonight that was gonna make you think we have an answer to the LeBron question, but I have been alone on this, he may end up moving on, but I know for a fact LeBron is still trying to find a way to make it happen in Cleveland. I just don’t know if anybody wants to go there with him,” He said.
This happened right after everything pointed to the fact that he is hoping to meet with Paul George.
Collin Sexton is about to join the team, but this may not affect LeBron’s decision. The Cavs hoped that this would boost their game, and make LeBron stay, but the NBA star is about to have a second thought.
Bleacher Report’s Ken Berger talked to executives regarding LeBron’s position.
“The answers were swift, decisive and – as late character actor Lane Smith famously declared in My Cousin Vinny – I-Dentical. Nope,” Berger noted.