News Daily Spot: LeBron James has no intention of leaving the Cavaliers

more news

LeBron James has no intention of leaving the Cavaliers

The star LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers hero who won Sunday's NBA title, said Wednesday he had no intention of leaving his team, AFP reported.

"I like it here, I love my teammates," said the "King James" in the parade that his team made this journey through the streets of Cleveland to celebrate his victory in the championship.

"Of course, my agent shall decide all matters of contractual order, but I'm happy, I do not intend to go away," he told several US media player 31 and consecrated as MVP (most valuable player) of the final.

LeBron returned to Cleveland in 2014, the team with which debuted in the NBA in 2003 and the whole of his native Ohio, with the ambition to offer the "Cavs" the first NBA title in their history and the first title the city in American professional sports since 1964.

Immediately after the victory against the Golden State Warriors after a historic comeback from 1-3, charged forces rumors of a possible departure of "King LeBron", having reached its goal of winning the championship.

The star, who spent four years in Miami between 2010 and 2014 and won two NBA titles, may resign in the coming days the last year of his two-and become a free agent.

That would also allow sign a new agreement with Cleveland with a higher salary, thanks to television rights. His annual salary is currently $ 23 million.

Moreover, LeBron suggested that renounce participation in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro (from 5 to 21 August).

When asked if he will be in Rio, he replied: "I do not think so."

click here