As many may expect, LeBron James is not the happiest person in the world with the way the Cavaliers have gone about the offseason.
The NBA offseason this year was once again a crazy one, with teams making some notable moves all over the place. However, one team who seemed content with not really stealing many positive headlines was the three-time defending Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers, and because of this, the King is apparently not all that happy.
According to a report from USA TODAY, LeBron James is both frustrated and concerned with the lack of positive offseason moves for the franchise. Learning the hard way in June that it’s gonna take some more weapons in the arsenal to take down the juggernaut that is the Golden State Warriors, you’d expect LeBron to be a little upset with the way things have gone with the Cavaliers during this downtime.
Of course, this report will once again strike up the conversation about LeBron’s time in Cleveland coming to an end soon. He’ll be a free agent next summer, and many already have speculated on the possibility of James once again leaving the organization. Among the teams mentioned in these whispers is the Los Angeles Lakers, which some do believe could be a distinct possibility if Magic Johnson can show he has them pointed in the right direction.
There’s really no question now that if the Cavaliers want LeBron to never leave again, they’re going to have to make some serious moves next offseason to get the King some help, or else he’ll probably be as good as gone to somewhere else once again.
Whether people want to hear about it or not, LeBron’s future with the Cavaliers will be the top conversation for the next year. And right now, that future does not look all that bright.