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Good LeBron James trades don't really exist anyway

the four-time MVP on a run of seven straight NBA Finals appearances, might actually have minimal trade value. While James said on Tuesday he would never waive his no-trade clause and there are no signs the Cleveland Cavaliers' front office would even approach him on this subject, the reality is that there would not be a massive 29-team bidding war for his services even if both sides wanted to make a deal. Trading LeBron may sound like a plausible solution for owner Dan Gilbert and the Cavs to get out of their mess with James about to hit free agency and the team sliding. It isn't. Yes, James can transcend an organization like he did in Cleveland and Miami, but a staggering number of teams would not be willing to gut their roster for four months of his services. And even if there were such a team, it's almost impossible to find a deal that Cleveland (wanting good, young players plus future assets) and LeBron (wanting to win now) would also approve -- a necessity, given the no-trade clause in his current contract. Résultat de recherche d'images pour "Good LeBron James trades don't really exist anyway"

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