While all eyes were on Houston as the Clippers ran a full court press on DeAndre Jordan, stealing him back from the Mavericks, the Cleveland Cavaliers were quietly getting things done with the "best remaining" free agent, LeBron James.
Today it was announced that the two sides agreed to a two year deal worth $47 million. The most interesting part of that deal is the fact that LeBron can opt out after next season, which he probably will. But most expect that he'd sign with the Cavs again, based upon the fact that he seems intent on staying in his home state and retiring as a member of the Cavavliers. But then again, you never know.
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