If you are not on social media, you are missing the storm of posts speculating where Lebron will take his talent next. To add to the excitement, on Sunday, 19 Action News confirmed that a private jet owned by Cleveland Cavs owner Dan Gilbert landed in Miami around 7 p.m.
It is unknown whether or not Gilbert was aboard the plane but it was confirmed that Žydrūnas "Big Z" Ilgauskas did make the flight to south Florida.
Ilgauskas and Lebron were teammates in Cleveland for seven years and even for a brief stint in Miami.
It is no secret that Cleveland wants Lebron James to come back but the Cavs are not the only team trying to land Lebron. He is set to meet face-to-face with Miami Heat's owner sometime this week before deciding where he wants to play next.
The Cavs were one of several teams to meet with Lebron's agent, Rich Paul, in Cleveland last week. ESPN reports the Mavericks, Suns and Rockets also met with Paul in Cleveland to discuss Lebron's future.
The Cavs may have to consider making another power move such as trading for another star player. Kevin Love of the TImberwolves has already tweeted that he would resign with the Cavaliers after next season if Lebron returns.
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Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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