LeBron James 100 percent leaving Cavaliers in 2018 offseason

LeBron James will "100% be leaving” the Cavaliers after the 2017-18 NBA season.1 min

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Throughout the NBA offseason, there has been a growing issues of uncertainty regarding LeBron James long-term future with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

[agg-ad id=”442″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”834″ align=”center”]Additional weight has been added to the rumors as a league source close to veteran NBA writer Chris Sheridan has told him that the three-time NBA champion LeBron James will “100% be leaving” the Cleveland Cavaliers after the 2017-18 season.

Up to this point, there hadn’t been any indication that the thirteen-time NBA All-Star James was leaning toward leaving the Cavaliers and play his last season in Cleveland. Since returning to Cleveland from Miami Heat dating back back in the summer of 2014, James has continued to publicly voice his spirited commitment to the organization.

[agg-ad id=”438″ align=”left”]That said, there could be something more to be determined about his declining relationship with Cavaliers franchise owner Dan Gilbert. Things have only worsened over the past few months that became a leading topic of discussion — not only internally but also in around the league — after Gilbert opted to part ways with general manager David Griffin, who James had developed a a very strong relationship with over the last three years.

This has become a lingering in the weeks that followed most especially with point guard Kyrie Irving’s trade demand to the Cavaliers owner becoming public a few weeks ago that has only triggered and shaped more uncertainty around the Cavaliers. For the time being, this could just be some speculations that will convey more examinations to the upcoming season.

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