Report: LeBron James Frustrated With Cavs' Offseason

 

While so many teams have made big moves in the NBA free agency, one team that has not is the defending Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers.

And that has apparently moved LeBron James to anger. 

This according to a USA TODAY article yesterday saying that James is “frustrated and concerned” with the way the offseason has gone—or has not gone—for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

James went on to say that he was expecting “an aggressive offseason approach that would close the gap on the champion Golden State Warriors.”

Instead, the gap between the Cavs and the rest of the NBA seems to have closed as the Thunder acquired Paul George and the Celtics grabbed Gordon Hayward.

The article also cites Cavs owner Dan Gilbert’s decision not to retain general manager David Griffin and vice president of basketball operations Trent Redden in the days before the NBA draft and the beginning of free agency as another point of James’ frustration.

What have the Cavs done in the past month?

Well they re-signed 36-year-old Kyle Korver for three years and $22-million, and added 35-year-old Jose Calderon and 30-year-old Jeff Green on one-year minimum deals.

Yeah and that makes me think next season they may be looking at a huge free agency.

Because that’s when LeBron becomes a free agent.

Source: USA Today

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