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Lots of responses to my sourced story on there being a 90 percent chance that LeBron James signs with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Boggles my mind that people are shocked, given that LeBron is an unrestricted free agent.
But people are shocked.
That's what makes July the best month in the NBA.
Get a grip (sorry to steal your line, Pat Riley) by repeating to yourself this phrase: "LeBron James is an unrestricted free agent."
Here is more on LeBron-to-Cavs possibility, in interview with Spence Checketts and Gordon Monson in Salt Lake City on 1280-The Zone.
LeBron James met in person with the Cleveland Cavaliers over the weekend.
On Sunday night, the infamous Dan Gilbert rant from 2010 disappeared from the Cavs Web site.
This morning, I reported that James' inner circle -- from his wife to his business manager to his best friends -- are unanimous in their belief that James should return to the Cleveland Cavaliers as a free agent.
Pat Riley and the Miami Heat will get another chance to sell James on their vision and their plans for the next few years, and that meeting will happen in Las Vegas after James arrives there Monday.
By Wednesday, when James' camp opens, this story should take several more twists and turns.
For a reading on where things stood as of Monday morning, I went on the Jeff Blair Show in Toronto and discussed the latest developments.
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Dial 929-477-4171 to join the post game Knicks Fan Forum immediately after the game. We will discuss the results of the game of what was positive, what was negative. Items that fans liked what they saw, things that can use improvement. We will discuss player personnel & coaching moves that occurred in the game. Progression of the triangle offense and the new regime. We encourage fan interaction with other fans respectfully & verbally by bringing your opinions to this platform Most importantly, this is about YOU….the fans!! Twitter: @BleedBlueShow
Dial 929-477-4171 to join the post game Knicks Fan Forum immediately after the game. We will discuss the results of the game of what was positive, what was negative. Items that fans liked what they saw, things that can use improvement. We will discuss player personnel & coaching moves that occurred in the game. Progression of the triangle offense and the new regime. We encourage fan interaction with other fans respectfully & verbally by bringing your opinions to this platform Most importantly, this is about YOU….the fans!!
Cleveland Cavaliers rookie, Danny Green decided to stop to discuss his first NBA season and what it's been like hanging around guys such as LeBron and Shaq. Danny will also reflect on his successful University of North Carolina career in which he became the program's all-time leader in games played and wins.
Rami Al Sayegh recaps an eventful Christmas Day in the NBA!
Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat held their own against the Cleveland Cavaliers, handing King James a 101-91 loss in his highly-anticipated return to South Beach.
John Wall dazzled in a matinee affair at Madison Square Garden, tallying 24 points, 11 assists, and six rebounds, as the Washington Wizards defeated the New York Knicks, 102-91.
Behind Russell Westbrook's 34 points and 11 assists, the Oklahoma City Thunder earned a hard-fought road victory over the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs.
Derrick Rose poured in 20 points to go along with six assists and two rebounds as the Chicago Bulls defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 113-93.
Despite shooting just 39 per cent from the field, the Los Angeles Clippers handed the Golden State Warriors their second consecutive loss. Jamal Crawford led the way offensively for the Clippers, recording a game-high 24 points on 8-for-18 shooting.
Show Topic: The Cavaliers have officially traded for Kevin Love!
The Cleveland Cavaliers (also known as the Cavs) are an American professional basketball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. They began playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 1970 as an expansion team. They play their home games at Quicken Loans Arena, which they share with the Arena Football League's Cleveland Gladiators and the American Hockey League's Lake Erie Monsters. They play in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference, the only remaining charter member of the division (all the other Central Division teams joined later from the now-defunct Midwest Division).