LeBron James makes request to media for his teammates


In a radio interview with 710 ESPN Los Angeles, Haynes said James and his business team will give teams such as the Spurs, Golden State Warriors and his former team the Miami Heat a chance to present their proposals out of respect for the organization.

"If it didn't come from my mouth it's not true", LeBron James told reporters after practice.

Staff writer Kevin Pelton asked whether the move even made sense to Golden State.

Please, for the rest of the season, don't ask me about nothing else.

On Wednesday evening, Chris Haynes of ESPN dropped a report that LeBron James is open to free agent talks with the Warriors this offseason. LeBron James to the Warriors?

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That means one of the superstars and likely one of the key role players would have to be a part of a sign-and-trade package whereby the Cavaliers signed James again before immediately sending him to Golden State in exchange for Klay Thompson and Andre Iguodala.

LeBron James has had it up to the very top of his 6-foot-8 frame listening to all the rumors about his future and he isn't going to take it anymore.

He is expected to decline his US$35.6 million (RM138.4 million) player option and become an unrestricted free agent for the third time in his career, but re-signing with Cleveland also remains a possibility. It would actually look a lot like Durant's decision to leave the Thunder for the Warriors, except much worse.

The story, which cites "league sources" is dampened by the fact that ESPN says the Golden State Warriors aren't known to be exploring such an option. Next, we have the players themselves, last week the Cavs held a players only meeting to discuss teammate Kevin Loves commitment and work ethic after he left a game due to "sickness". The Jazz are an interesting choice, but LeBron won't take that leap - Salt Lake City just doesn't feel like a city James will shake the earth for. "Do you want me to get my checkbook out?" First, they have plenty of cap room: Right now, only $53 million are locked towards next season, with guys like Brook Lopez, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Julius Randle hitting free agency. But what I will not allow is for people to kind of use my name-as we already know they do-for something that is a non-story.