Published: Sat, June 09, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Vegas Is Expecting a Big Game Out of LeBron James Tonight

Sources told ESPN that the injury was the result of him punching a blackboard in the locker room after that game.

NBA free agency starts July 1 but the LeBron rumors started the second the Warriors completed the sweep to win the NBA Finals.

Cavaliers fans heckled Kevin Durant after the Golden State Warriors took the lead National Basketball Association finals on Wednesday night, outside the team hotel, per TMZ.

According to Windhorst, James received two MRIs for the injury and wore a soft cast when he was out of view of the media and anyone else.

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With his Cavs side now facing an almost-impossible task to overturn a 3-0 series deficit in the NBA Finals, fans and pundits alike have begun to speculate that Game 4 could be the last time James pulls on the wine-and-gold jersey. His play-making and the facilitation of Draymond Green were also key in helping the Warriors score 110 points in a game where Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry combined to hit just 7-of-27 from the field and 3-of-15 on 3-pointers.

Don't forget the only game that the Cavs did win a year ago was Game 4. For the entire postseason, James shot 34% on over five attempts per game.

"I think there's been an expectation going back to last summer that he was obviously seriously going to look elsewhere, but you remember, Cleveland can still pay him the most and if he wants to do that five-year, $200 million supermax deal, if he wants to do that to take him into his late thirties, it's the only place he can do that", said Adrian Wojnarowski. His average shot distance, meanwhile, went from 12.6 feet in Game 1 to 10 feet in Game 2, 9 feet in Game 3 and then 4.7 feet in Game 4, per ESPN Stats & Information.

And because it's LeBron James, even some football players seem to be trying to convince him of what his next move should be.

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