With the Cleveland Cavaliers losing to the Golden State Warriors 4-1 in the 2017 NBA Finals, all eyes have been on the Cavaliers and LeBron James on what their next step would be to keep pace with the Oakland Super-Team. James has had the NBA Twitterverse in a tizzy lately over news that he is “disappointed” in the Cavaliers moves this offseason. HEre were some of his best moment on July 17th:
You mean LeBron James, ultra competitive athlete who doubles his team's value, isn't happy the Cavs haven't employed a GM for a full month?
— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) July 17, 2017
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) July 18, 2017
— FOX Sports Radio (@FoxSportsRadio) July 18, 2017
Cap space? ✅
Rising team? ✅
Cavs issues? ✅
Connection to Ben Simmons? ✅
LeBron to Sixers talk isn't crazy. https://t.co/kgPpqRyPPP
— Joe Giglio (@JoeGiglioSports) July 18, 2017
Lonzo will quickly surpass LeBron as NBA's best passer. As body matures, could average double-digit rebs. Will be above-average 3 shooter.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) July 18, 2017
LeBron James could drop his no trade clause if he's that upset. That'd be wildly entertaining.
— Josh Eberley 🇨🇦 (@JoshEberley) July 17, 2017
LeBron, CP3, Melo D-Wade and Harden should totally joint-buy the Rockets, and become the first player-owners in NBA history
— Matt Hammond (@MattHammondShow) July 17, 2017
LeBron thinking about his next move pic.twitter.com/YwuF4XjfGD
— sreekar (@sreekyshooter) July 17, 2017
The noisiest chatter at NBA Summer League: Is LeBron James indeed destined for the Lakers? https://t.co/Svnko7Gfpd
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 18, 2017
— Prince Valencia (@prince_valencia) July 17, 2017
While Twitter is not the best indicator to see inside LeBron’s inner-circle. It really is abuzz with speculation of where Cleveland’s King could be playing next season. While Cleveland can offer James the most money next offseason, the lack of a general manager or any major moves to keep up with the Warriors certainly is understandable.