The NBA trade speculations have included LeBron James now. After Kevin Durant of Oklahoma City and Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers, critic believe that James might not to be too happy with the Cavs. Or are these just rumours?
Durant is set to become a free agent this summer and we shall continue our reports on the latest NBA Draft. Durant’s upcoming “free agency” has already been the No. 1 “storyline” in the NBA. The salary cap has been rising and it may jump from $70 million to $92 million this summer. But Kyrie Irving’s free agency is not part of the discussion here.
Cleveland Cavaliers are facing tough challenges from Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors. Their “road” to the “NBA Finals” doesn’t look smooth as well. In our previous report we speculated that Toronto Raptors may be ready to “steal” Kyrie Irving.
According to the Yibida reports, “The talent is never a question, as their assembly of stars continues to be one of the most enviable in the league. However, their team chemistry needs to be addressed, specifically LeBron James and the other stars of the team, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love.”
Rumours suggest that LeBron James might also find himself in the trade mix, should the Cavs fail to produce winning performances.
What fuelled more speculations is the fact that the Cavs’ Star, LeBron James, has now unfollowed the Cleveland Cavalier’s official twitter account, notes the cleveland.com.
The source quotes, “James also unfollowed the Twitter account of Austin Carr, the Cavs’ in-game analyst for Fox and a team legend, whom James admires. He parted ways with the account of ESPN Cavs reporter Dave McMenamin, and NBA reporter Chris Broussard, and Sports Illustrated’d Lee Jenkins. It was to Jenkins whom James dictated his essay announcing his return to Cleveland in the summer of 2014.”
According to the SB Nation reports, LeBron James has stopped following the Cavs’ Twitter handle to prepare for the Playoffs. Seriously, thats his defence now?
Well, it would be interesting to note how things play out in the near future for James.