If you have any interest in landing a meeting with LeBron James in free agency, you’d probably be better suited getting right to the point and skipping any fancy videos or creative pitches.

According to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne, LeBron has no plans on hearing elaborate or traditional free agent pitches this summer.
James might meet or speak with a club official or owner at some point, but the elaborate presentations that have become common in NBA free agency over the years are unnecessary after 15 seasons in the league.

Should James become a free agent, league sources believe he and his agents Rich Paul and Mark Termini have enough understanding of the stakes and NBA landscape to handle the process without much fanfare.
It’s expected that in addition to the Cleveland Cavaliers, James will hear pitches from the Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Houston Rockets, and San Antonio Spurs when NBA Free Agency begins July 1.

James must first opt out of the final year of his contract, but there will definitely be no repeat of "The Decision."


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