LeBron James: Cleveland Cavaliers star drops HUGE statement regarding trade rumours

LeBron James: Cleveland Cavaliers star drops HUGE statement regarding trade rumours

Tuesday's loss to the Magic was reminiscent of many the Cavaliers have suffered already this season. "I would never waive my no-trade clause".

"Irving was scheduled to become a free agent in 2019 and the Cavaliers wanted to deal him while he still had peak value".

"No", he told reporters. I couldn't give up on my teammates like that. I couldn't do that. "And that's just how I feel, and it looks like that as well". We've put too much into the game every single day.

"We prepare, we'll be professional and we go out and play", James told reporters on Monday.

In the locker room, James pledged the rest of the season, such as it is, to his "brothers" on the team, refusing again to waive his no-trade agreement.

Or at least it will be after Thursday's National Basketball Association trade deadline. Central time - closing in fast and the Cavs, in particular, seeking to make some changes.

Lue said he saw ESPN's report over the weekend on TV that cited a top Cavs official as saying that the coach's job is not in jeopardy, but he did not pay it much mind. But if the four-time league MVP continues to play so far below the standards he's set during his 15-year career, it will make his comments on Friday seem like lip service. He said he is focusing on his team and getting them where they need to be in order to succeed.

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"And he gets in these sort of moods, we've seen this for years, and he's in a mood right now and he's depressed because of the state of the roster". However, it would appear that the Cavaliers have chose to keep him after All-Star forward Kevin Love fractured his left pinky finger.

Cleveland could certainly mount a comeback and win the game still if they could just play better in the fourth quarter. "It's a prideful team".

LeBron's say in the direction of the franchise apparently began to slip from him over the offseason, when the team replaced Griffin and traded Irving against the Cavs forward's wishes. As presently constructed, it looks like they might be bounced early in the playoffs. And then they have shooting. They came out with a lot of sense of urgency.

Cleveland lost their last game to the Houston Rockets, 120 - 88; Paul: 22 points, 8 rebounds, 11 assists.

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Lue added that he is not planning drastic line-up changes for today's (Singapore time) road game against the Orlando Magic and their next game against the Minnesota Timberwolves at their Quicken Loans Arena home.