Published: Wed, June 20, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Cavs enter draft in dark on LeBron's plan

Cavs enter draft in dark on LeBron's plan

Walker was rumored to be a target of the Cavs prior to this year's trade deadline, but the Cavs eventually opted for the Lakers package of Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr., as well as the trades for Rodney Hood and George Hill.

Just to get a feel for how much talk there has been around James over the last couple of weeks, Ken Carman of 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland has kept track of all numerous conversation that has arisen involving James.

If that's what you are looking for, then go back to Google or Bing or whatever the hell you were using. OK, that kinda stinks (you got me), but keeping LeBron is worth every roster-altering risk.

Every day until LeBron James makes his decision, new reports will surface about where the best player in the game will sign. The last time the Cavs had a draft pick was 2015.

There have been several teams aside from the Cleveland Cavaliers that have emerged in the conversation such as the Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs, and Philadelphia 76ers.

There is no doubt that Love's play has dropped off since his heyday with the Minnesota Timberwolves, and reports of the Cavs wanting to trade him suggest he is now viewed as a supporting role player more than a top-flight star.

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The Milwaukee Bucks have one of the most exciting and promising young cores in the league but have suffered from a lack of a consistent big man and also poor spacing, and Kevin Love could be the solution for both issues. "He continued by saying "[James going to LA] is the worst case scenario for LeBron, so many things have to come to fruition for that to even be a possibility, and Dan Gilbert would have to mess up so many things with the draft and beyond to push LeBron out".

And it's why you see them linked to the likes of Chandler Parsons, whose $49.2 million over the next two years the Memphis Grizzlies are desperately trying to unload.

"People tend to forget LeBron's ultimate end game in the National Basketball Association, which is owning a team".

Ideally, the Cavs would know LeBron's plans before entering a critically important draft.

Whatever it takes to make LeBron happy.

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