LeBron James flew back to Los Angeles from a family vacation in the Caribbean.
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Even more exciting, this means the Los Angeles Lakers have a legitimate chance of signing James, that is assuming he is willing to leave the Cavaliers for a second time in his career.
Clearly, Cleveland did a horrendous job at building the necessary weapons around their beloved superstar to give them a better chance of winning the championship, and as a result, James appears to be exploring his best options.
"When NBA free agency officially opens at 12:01 a.m. ET Sunday, the Cleveland Cavaliers will not meet in person with LeBron James or his representatives, sources told ESPN", wrote McMenamin. Soon-Shiong also mentioned the possibility of other All-Stars like Paul George and Kawhi Leonard teaming up with James on the Lakers.
The Los Angeles Lakers waived center Thomas Bryant as the start of free agency neared.
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Temple's option is worth $8 million in 2018-19, which marks the final season of a three-year deal he signed in July of 2016. Teams that can't afford a marquee free agent can try to entice the Spurs with a trade package for the 2014 NBA Finals MVP.
James opted out of his player option, effectively making him an unrestricted free agent.
Anyway, the Sixers are likely thrilled to have landed a meeting with James' people. If he stays with Cleveland he's due to make more than the $35.6 million in the first year of a new deal 2018-2019. But the All-Star forward opted to stick with the Thunder and will sign a four-year deal when teams are permitted to finalize contracts on June 6.
Last summer's stunning trade of guard Kyrie Irving left the Cavs without a quality running mate for James, who was forced to carry a heavier offensive load throughout the regular season and playoffs. Whether is be Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Houston or anywhere else he desires to be, his ultimate goal will be to hang a banner in the rafters and adding another ring to his finger. The appeal of playing for one of the league's most storied teams is another allure. Still, after accepting the league's Rookie of the Year award Monday in Los Angeles, Simmons made the case for why a player like James should want to join the up-and-coming Sixers.
Philadelphia would offer the chance to play alongside National Basketball Association top rookie Ben Simmons of Australia as well as young star Joel Embiid while a Houston deal could see him join James Harden and Chris Paul.