As the rest of the NBA uses the offseason to rebuild for the forthcoming season, LeBron James has grown frustrated with the way the Cleveland Cavaliers are handling the opportunity.
Just one year after bringing his hometown team their first NBA championship, and a few months after the devastating 4-1 loss to the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 NBA Finals, James has become concerned about team’s plan for the remainder of the offseason.
According to reports, James, who is the biggest star in the league, expected the team to take an aggressive approach in an attempt to close in on the reigning champs. However, when Dan Gilbert let go of the team’s general manager, David Griffin, just days before the draft and free agency, the baller became apprehensive.
Now, with the team’s two top front-office executives out of the picture, sources say, James is uneasy about the team’s ability to build a roster that can compete with the Warriors.
As a result, fans believe the Cavs’ efforts, or lack thereof, could drive James back out of Cleveland following the 2017-18 season.
What are your thoughts? Will LeBron James take his talents elsewhere if the Cavs can’t get it together?