LeBron James wonders what he could have done to keep Kyrie Irving

LeBron James wonders what he could have done to keep Kyrie Irving

After being teammates for three seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers, the two have not spoken since Irving requested a trade and was subsequently dealt to the Celtics. "You're either with us or against us", he said. ". It was definitely a shock". "I was wondering if there was something I could have done better to make him not want to be traded". I have no advice for him or any other people that are any other team.

And James, for what it's worth, still doesn't know why Irving wanted out. Is it the way the season finished? In his Sports Illustrated essay announcing his return, he said "I always believed I'd return to Cleveland finish my career there". "Was it the coaching changes or the GM change?" "I tried to do whatever I could do to help the kid be as great as he could be". James said at a free-wheeling news conference on Monday that Trump doesn't understand how many kids are looking up to the president of the United States for guidance, leadership and words of encouragement.

"You're either with us or against us". But James said at least three times upon his return to Cleveland in 2014 that he meant to end his career with the Cavs.

The four-time MVP also said his feelings about ending his career in Cleveland - articulated in his 2014 letter explaining the decision to return to OH - haven't changed.

Rumors and whispers swirled all summer about James maybe eyeing the Los Angeles Lakers next season.

James said Monday that he would not discuss his free agency frequently during this season and, as expected, professed his devotion to winning a second championship with the Cavaliers. "I've obviously talked to D-Wade throughout the whole summer and I'll probably reach out to him as well".

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