If he does decline it, he will become an unrestricted free agent, and it will be the second time which he has left Cleveland in his career. He has to let the Cavaliers know by June 29 whether or not he will opt out of the a year ago of his contract.
James can still opt into the previous year of his contract which is worth $35.6 million - he has until June 29 to do so but the expectation is that he'll choose against it and become an unrestricted free agent on July 1st.
"At some point as you keep adding older guys, you've got to get younger whether you have LeBron James or not".
That's the price you pay having LeBron on your team. McMenamin also adds that the Cavs are more interested in using their top-10 pick on a playmaker, something that they utterly lacked in the playoffs outside of LeBron James.
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He'll also be seen in the Darwin Strike League in July where he will play for Randwick Petersham, his Sydney-based boyhood club. Bancroft is still contracted to Western Australia and Perth Scorchers and is set to join them for pre-season training in June.
Of course, were the Cavs to find a way to get Walker, smart money says they'd look to find a new home for Hill, who will be making $19 million next season. Pictured: James #23 and O'Neal #32 of the Eastern Conference All-Stars smile on the bench in the final moments of the East's win over the Western Conference All-Stars in the 54th All-Star Game, part of 2005 NBA All-Star Weekend at Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, on February 20, 2005.
All of this makes sense, as my source said, the chances LeBron could actually be convinced to go to LA are low due to the high amount of things that would have to happen. "He done already passed up legends; he done already made his mark - he has three rings".
James, meanwhile, has given himself June 29 as deadline to make decision. His mentality now is probably is: I want to get four before Steph [Curry] does. "He's a legend, talked about as who is the best between him and Michael Jordan so he's set".
So, now that LeBron James is pretty much a lock to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers this season, it feels like the team would also like to move on from Love, and would explore the market to try and get the most out of him. Meanwhile, the insider claims that LBJ's endgame is to eventually own an National Basketball Association team, and the Cavs are at the top of the list.