James recently recorded his 8,000th career assist in late February, becoming the first player in National Basketball Association history to record as many dimes and rebounds while scoring at least 30,000 points in his career. The Cavs, meanwhile, are 10.5 games out of first place in the East. In five March games, Randle is averaging 20.2 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game. If the four-time NBA MVP declares for free agency following this season, the Lakers are believed to be among the frontrunners for his services. The top name on that list is likely to be James, who has a player option for next year.
They might've come to see James but instead watched the Lakers make one big final impression on the free-agent-to-be. Here's another reason James could decide to stay in Cleveland after opting out: No other team can offer him the kind of financial package the Cavs can. The Hawks, already playing without injured point guard Dennis Schroder, lost Kent Bazemore to a right knee sprain and Jaylen Morris to a left ankle injury in the second quarter. UCLA product Kevin Love remains sidelined with a broken hand.
Perhaps more than any individual performance by the Lakers, James may have been impressed with their fluidity and style of play.
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The Cavaliers suffered a 127-113 defeat to LA Lakers, but James certainly provided a bit of magic. The bruising forward scored 23 points in the second half and went 14 for 18 from the field overall before leaving to a huge late ovation.
"I think we're learning", Brown said. "He bullied us the whole night, and we had no answer for him". "I'm not surprised, but it feels good I guess".
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Thomas said afterward that he had nothing to prove and that this was not a revenge game for him. "They know what I can do".
"I miss dunks, but they're on people", Kuzma said with a smile during his post-game media availability. The world knows what I can do and what I bring to the table.