Celtics 'scared' of Kyrie Irving's future with Knicks lurking

  • Celtics 'scared' of Kyrie Irving's future with Knicks lurking

Celtics 'scared' of Kyrie Irving's future with Knicks lurking

Sheridan wrote that James' postgame presser amounted to a farewell address, as free agency awaits the superstar come July. The Rockets are a little odd because there's only one ball, which LeBron, James Harden, and Chris Paul all need all the time.

The Philadelphia 76ers are the best team that can sign a free agent to a max salary contract.

"I would guess that he goes to Houston", Bosh said, speaking on "The Herd with Colin Cowherd".

James had two MRIs during the series and wore a soft cast when he wasn't practicing or playing or in view of the media, sources said, so as not to give the Warriors a competitive advantage.

The Knicks, of course, were mentioned on Irving's list of preferred trade destinations when the 26-year-old guard first grew exhausted of riding as LeBron's sidekick and ultimately demanded a move out of Cleveland.

With that being said, the Warriors still have a chance signing LeBron James. "I think every GM and every president and every coaching staff is trying to figure out how they can make up the right matchups to compete for a championship and win a championship". Understanding especially where my boys are at this point in their age.

The Celtics are believed to be one of the best young, up-and-coming teams in the National Basketball Association and that's without Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving in the equation. "So sitting down and considering everything, my family is a huge part of whatever I'll decide to do in my career, and it will continue to be that".

"Can you openly admit that you know the Earth is constitutionally round?" he asked the reporter.

Children: Zhuri Nova, Bryce Maximus and LeBron Jr.

Fast forward three months, after one hell of a playoff run, and the Celtics' outlook has been turned on its head.

You can't put a price on that.

The Cavaliers have lost the first two games, but James' wardrobe didn't hurt his performance. Cleveland went 33-49 before James returned to the organization in 2014.

Likewise, the Cavs would have an incentive to be bad if James leaves. Obviously, we all knew their talent, but I knew their minds as well. And the possibility this is an elaborate troll to get people to write internet stories still remains.

Former ESPN NBA analyst and current New York Times writer Marc Stein suggested that LeBron could recruit Paul back to Los Angeles to play with him on the Lakers (h/t Bleacher Report). Will he get the itch to leave his beloved Cleveland again?