Published: Mon, July 02, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Strategy for Cavaliers hinges on LeBron

Strategy for Cavaliers hinges on LeBron

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) reacts during the third quarter against the Golden State Warriors in game four of the 2018 NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena.

"We're going to invest a lot of time into him and he's a part of this culture now of winning, of hard work, attitude, the stuff we talk about", Altman continued. "He's done that before, so this is nothing new for us.", he said.

"We continue to have good dialogue with his management team".

"Knowing that it's a business, I know that's cliché to say, take it in stride". Aside from Sexton, Kevin Love is likely their most tradeable asset, but even his value has gone down since they first acquired him.

James, reports said, prefers to stay in Cleveland and remain a Cavalier.

The Cavs evidently felt the loss of Kyrie Irving last August and their point guard play was inconsistent all season long.

The Cavs, who were swept in the Finals by Golden State, spent this season in a desperate search to replace Irving.

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Although he had his most efficient season as a Cavalier during his 59 regular season games, the 29-year-old struggled throughout much of the postseason, at least for his standards.

Vardon also wrote that the Cavs won't know James' future plans when the draft tips off Thursday night, which isn't a surprise but is nonetheless significant.

Sexton worked out for the Cavs at their training facility and owner Dan Gilbert referred to the 19-year-old as "a very interesting draft prospect" on Twitter. In one season in Tuscaloosa, Sexton averaged 19.2 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 3.8 assists for the Crimson Tide, whom he led to an appearance in this year's NCAA Tournament.

The Cavs have a chance to develop a young talent into a potential star to really contribute to the success of the franchise whether or not the choice Lebron makes. Just moments after he was selected, Sexton made an appeal for James to re-sign with Cleveland, saying "I see you need a few extra pieces this past season, and let's do it. Let's go back to the Finals". The Los Angeles Lakers now are considered the favorites to land the 33-year-old, according to oddsmakers, but perhaps his family will step in and express a desire to remain in James' native Ohio.

However, Berger went on to note that the Cavs did not take LeBron's opinion into consideration when making the No. 8 overall selection. Young could maybe sell tickets and generate a little buzz in a way no one else in Thursday's NBA Draft (7 p.m., ESPN) could. "You've got to say, 'How does this pick make us better?'"

Immediately after getting the message, the Lakers, the Rockets and Sixers signified their interest in landing the much-touted best player in the world in their roster.

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