Published: Tue, July 03, 2018
Sport | By Tony Jimenez

LeBron doesn't have plans to meet with Cavs

LeBron doesn't have plans to meet with Cavs

It was reported Friday that James has informed the Cleveland Cavaliers he won't opt in for the final year of his contract with the team.

The Philadelphia 76ers believe they have a real chance to acquire Kawhi Leonard via trade from the San Antonio Spurs. It's possible that they will show more interest now that Paul George has made a decision to re-sign with the Oklahoma City Thunder. James will become a free agent in just a few hours from now.

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Artist KGoddess is using her fierce competitiveness and determination in pursuant to her goals of making a transformative impact in ... On Thursday, George told the Oklahoma City Thunder he's declining his US$20.7-million option for next season.

The Spurs are wary about sending Leonard to a potential rival superteam, preferring instead to keep him or trade him to the Eastern Conference, according to USA Today.

The Philadelphia 76ers are still hoping to make one or more major splashes this offseason, and they may have plenty of incentive to offer a respectable trade package for Kawhi Leonard. In addition to offering James the ability to write the next chapter of a remarkable career in the spotlight of Los Angeles, they have considerable cap space and the flexibility to remake their squad in line with their new star's wishes.

James' camp and the Cavaliers' front office have maintained a dialogue since the season ended, sources said.

But they have also signed shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to a one-year deal, which means nearly all of their cap space is now taken up.

Lakers are in urge to trade for arguably the best two-way player in the league, Kawhi Leonard, and one of the greatest to ever play, LeBron James. The Lakers have a number of intriguing young players, including Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma, that they may look to trade as they enter "win now" mode.

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