"I mean, we all know that", said Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue, who also said that he intends to return.
At the moment the list of suitors is limited, but it could grow before July as teams position themselves to acquire one of the game's most transcendent forces.
When J.R. Smith made the gaffe that changed everything for the Cleveland Cavaliers, we suspected that he might have just broken LeBron James. A five-time All-Star at age 29, Love still has two years remaining on his contract.
The King always has most of the possession of the ball since he's the undisputed best player on the Cavaliers roster, which is why Durant believes it's harder for him to shine on the court for the Warriors.
"It's humbling to be on the 20 anniversary cover of a game I've played and loved since I was a little kid", said James. "It ultimately will come down to me". But I like to be here. Golden State with like 100 superheroes and then Houston with 100 superheroes and they fight. A Boston team that pushed Cleveland to seven games without its two best players is the Eastern Conference favorite for now, but a burgeoning Philadelphia roster presents a possible spot for James. Does it? We won two championships. Having LeBron James back would mean they would be competing for an National Basketball Association title again next season, but it has become clear over the past two seasons that beating the stacked Warriors would require more than just having the four-time MVP in Cleveland's fold. Let us know what you think of Bron-Bron's franchise future over on Facebook and Twitter.
The possibility remains that Cleveland could retool and make another run, but doing so would require some serious creativity.
As for the draft, the Cavaliers own the 8th pick so they should be able to get a player that could potentially start from day one.
KD playing alongside these stars in a superteam might make it easier for him to shine since his teammates will demand attention too, but at the same time, he has to compete with them for possession of the ball.
But after the game, James said this, via Sheridan. They just think that you go out, and, 'Oh, LeBron, you're bigger and faster and stronger than everybody, you should drive every single time and you should dunk every single play and you should never get exhausted, never.' Like it's a video game and you went on the options and you turned down fatigue all the way to zero and injuries all the way down to zero.