Speculation has swirled about whether James would leave Miami after opting out of his contract last month. James' agent, Rich Paul, has reportedly indicated to the Cavaliers, where James spent the first seven seasons of his career, that the team is in a 'strong position' to land the four-time MVP.
The Heat made their first splashes in free agency on Tuesday, securing verbal agreements with free agent forwards Danny Granger and Josh McRoberts. The additions come less than a week after an associate of James told the Miami Herald that James is seeking upgrades to the team's roster.
Can confirm LeBron's meeting with Heat president Pat Riley in Las Vegas will take place tomorrow. — Sam Amick (@sam_amick) July 8, 2014
League Sources: LeBron James's meeting with the Heat will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) in Las Vegas. There was no meeting today — Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 8, 2014
- Chris Johnson