LeBron James’ future with Cleveland has been thrown further into doubt after the NBA star’s agent reportedly entered talks with the Lakers. James will be able to opt out of his contract with the Cavaliers next summer, and speculation over whether he will choose to exercise that right has grown this summer. He has been linked to the Houston Rockets, Miami Heat and the Lakers, who James’ agent, Rich Paul, reportedly has been speaking with with. Serena Winters, reporter for LakersNation.com, tweeted that Paul had spoken with Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka. She wrote : “Rob Pelinka says agent Rich Paul contacted him, noticing how patient the Lakers have been with their cap space: ‘Let’s talk.’”
Rumors continue to surface over what the Orioles will decide to do over the next two weeks, and there’s little certainty surrounding what the team truly wants to do as the MLB trade deadline approaches. Just yesterday, reports emerged that the Colorado Rockies were interested in Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman, sparking plenty of conversation regarding whether or not Dan Duquette is in a position to deal away the only two arms in the current rotation with valuable long-term projections. It’s a strange time in Birdland, one that still has young prospects playing on a nightly basis down on the farm. And should the team entertain offers for either Bundy or Gausman, a key question remains — is there
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