Cavs Won't Know LeBron James' Decision By the NBA Draft

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LeBron James: Four reasons why he must choose the Houston Rockets

When James returned to Cleveland in 2014, he stated that he was going to be a Cavalier for the rest of his career.

"James is scanning the market and seeing if players want to join him in CLE".

While the national pundits are all but saying James' designer bags are packed, the buzz in Northeast Ohio has been more positive of late.

According to a report by Cleveland Sports Talk, sources are revealing that LeBron James will only consider playing for two teams next season, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the L.A. Lakers. Or it could mean everything.

"Chris is going to return there".

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"I'm not going to tell you to rule [LA out]...look what happened with Kyrie, I definitely don't have trust in the Cavs front office and neither does LeBron, but it would have to take a lot."
So I got four.

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That obviously puts Altman and Co.in a bind: Should they keep the No. 8 pick and draft a player like Oklahoma's Trae Young to prepare for life without LeBron?

There is no doubt that Love's play has dropped off since his heyday with the Minnesota Timberwolves, and reports of the Cavs wanting to trade him suggest he is now viewed as a supporting role player more than a top-flight star.

Namely, don't go team-hopping in search of more championships. Everyone seems to be acting like he's already gone, but is remaining with the Cavs a real possibility?

Last week we heard rumors about how the Cavaliers were trying to prepare an offer to snag Kawhi Leonard away from the San Antonio Spurs.

Friday's Draft is shaping up to be one for the ages.

We doubt the Cavs - who have paid nearly $500 million in combined salaries and luxury taxes the last three seasons - would take on Parsons' contract. This time, the turn leads towards Houston, as James has reportedly been spotted making the rounds in private schools around the Texan city.

Per Wojnarowski, Love's value has diminished, and the Brooklyn Nets' first-round pick acquired from the Boston Celtics in the Kyrie Irving trade wasn't as high as hoped.

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