After getting swept by the Golden State Warriors in the 2018 NBA Finals, all signs so far point to LeBron James leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers in the upcoming free agency period. If that happens, don't expect Kevin Love to be with the team either.

According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, no player's spot on the Cavs roster is safe if the King is gone.
"They start over," Windhorst said of the Cavaliers. "They fully make Kevin Love available. I bet they would look for a first-round pick in that trade. He's on the last year of a deal, so they don't want to take on money."
James hasn't given any heads up about where he is going, but Cleveland doesn't seem like a team he is willing to stay on—unless they revamp the roster—if he wants to knock off the Warriors next year.

Teams such as the Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Celtics, Houston Rockets, Miami Heat, and others are rumored to be in the LeBron free agency sweepstakes in July.

If the James' second stint and Love's stint in Cleveland come to an end, Cavs will at least have this memory to always look back on:

Worth it.


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