Cavs: What Cleveland can do to keep LeBron James

Cavs: What Cleveland can do to keep LeBron James

Cavs: What Cleveland can do to keep LeBron James

In the postseason, James averaged a tremendous stat line of 34.0 points, 9.1 rebounds, and 9.0 assists per game, as a ball-dominant point-forward who spent most of the time on the court either setting his teammates up for scoring chances or creating buckets himself. James is now on vacation with his family, sources said.

Love told WKYC TV in Cleveland last week that he would love to play the rest of his career alongside James.

However, in terms of the draft and trades, we have seen this front office make dire mistakes before. "The unknown is something that you try to just put out of your hands for a certain amount of time".

The two side have met face-to-face and have been in contact via phone to discuss the King's future with his hometown team, however, no deal is imminent and the Cavs won't know his intentions heading into the Draft. There is interest in finding a young playmaker to add to their veteran core and Cleveland believes it will have the opportunity to choose from an available player pool that will include the likes Collin Sexton, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Trae Young, Michael Porter Jr.

Kemba might not be enough to sway LeBron to stay, but he could be a part of a huge summer of trades and deals for the Cavaliers, as they have also been linked with a move for San Antonio Spurs' Kawhi Leonard. The Cavs have been signaling that theyre looking to upgrade their team from the group that was swept out of the Finals this month, whether James stays or goes.

"Anything is possible", Love said of the trade speculation.

Since the NFL's merger with the AFL in 1967 created a unified major professional football draft, only four programs have had top 10 picks in each of the three major drafts - NFL, Major League Baseball and National Basketball Association - in one year.

This latest report adds plenty more intrigue to the question of LeBron James' free agency. But I like to be here.

"I still want to be in championship mode", he said. "Always wanted to win here".

Walker will be entering the final season of his current contract with the Charlotte Hornets.

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