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LeBron James Opt Out of $24MM Option with Cavaliers; Still Expected to Re-Sign for Next Season

As expected, LeBron James will not exercise his $24 million player option with the Cleveland Cavaliers for next season and will become a free agent on July 1; however, with the salary cap spiking up for next season, it's being seen as a mere formality since LeBron is expected to re-sign with the Cavaliers for next season and defend the team's first NBA Championship.

LeBron James: I’ll Be Back with Cleveland Cavaliers to Defend NBA Title Next Season

Just after winning the 2016 NBA Finals this past weekend, LeBron James is expected to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 2016-2017 season; the 31-year-old NBA Finals MVP is likely to opt out of his current deal, but has said that he has no intentions of leaving Cleveland and will re-sign with the Cavaliers to defend his newly won NBA Title.

Kyrie Irving Denies Reports of Being Unhappy; Wants to Win Championship with Cleveland Cavaliers

After reports had circulated less than 24 hours ago that he was unhappy with the team and would prefer to play elsewhere, Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving said that he doesn't want to leave and prefers to win a championship with the team that he's played his entire career with.

Cleveland Cavaliers Lose Game but May Have Lost More than That

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The Cleveland Cavaliers lost by 22 to the Los Angeles Clippers, but may have lost an important piece of their team. Kyrie Irving left the game in the first quarter and is scheudled for an MRI on his bicep Monday in Cleveland.

Cleveland Cavaliers Suprise Oklahoma City Thunder with Huge Fourth Quarter

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After winning six in a row, the Cleveland Cavaliers had dropped three straight and faced a tough task in ending that streak against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Cavs responded with a big fourth quarter to steal a 114-104 win on the road.