Posted October 20, 2018 08:48:23The league is in a bit of a tizzy, as some owners have said that they are unhappy with the direction of the league and that they want to get the franchise back in Cleveland.
The owners, though, don’t want to lose their majority in the league.
So where does LeBron land, exactly?
The latest on the NBA’s relocation talksPosted October 20:20:21We’ve seen the rumors and the rumors have been true.
We have now been in touch with many NBA owners, as well as with a few owners from other leagues, to get a sense of where LeBron might land.
The league is looking at a number of options.
There’s the possibility that the NBA could be able to work out a deal that would bring the Cavs back to Cleveland, a source told Bleacher Report’s Chris Mannix.
The Cavaliers would have to be willing to let LeBron go to get him, which would be a huge blow to Cleveland fans.
But there’s also a possibility that he would leave for greener pastures elsewhere.
That could also open up a bidding war, which could help Cleveland as well.
A number of owners have spoken out against the idea that Cleveland would lose LeBron, saying that he’s a valuable commodity and that there is no way he could ever be part of the NBA again.
But the NBA is in the middle of a huge rebuild, which will cost a lot of money.
And while LeBron would be able’t go to another league, there are some teams in the Western Conference that could see a lot more value in him than Cleveland.
That’s not to say that he won’t be a part of it, though.
There are several teams that would love to have him in the NBA.
And that could lead to a whole lot of other owners in the West wanting to make a bid to bring LeBron to Cleveland.
A source close to the negotiations told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that it would be extremely difficult for LeBron to leave Cleveland and sign with another team.
But that doesn’t mean that the Cavs shouldn’t try.
They could also try to get some other teams to come on board as well, though those teams are also in the market for a star.
But in order to do that, Cleveland would have had to give up some of the pieces that the Cavaliers currently have in place.
There are a number teams that are interested in bringing LeBron back, including the New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings and Portland Trail Blazers.
The Pelicans have already signed free agent forward Ryan Anderson and the Kings are still in the process of building out their roster, according to Adrian Wark.
Portland could also be interested in landing LeBron.
But for now, the Cavs have a lot to offer.
And there’s no telling if the league would be interested if they could get a deal done with other teams, including those in the Eastern Conference.