David Griffin Believes LeBron James to Leave Cavaliers, Join Sixers
He may not be a part of the Cleveland Cavaliers front office anymore, but former Cavs general manager David Griffin has some personal thoughts about the future of his former superstar player.
With LeBron James set to enter free agency in the offseason, Griffin believes that James will move on from Cleveland yet again.
“I do think it’s significant that Rich Paul is the representative for Ben Simmons as well, so he’s going to know the organization very well. That will certainly give them a leg up,” Griffin said Sunday on the possibility that James takes his talents over to the Philadelphia 76ers. “I think it will give him the best opportunity to have a little bit of both (winning and family,)”
Simmons’ is represented by Paul who just so happens to be a very closer friend of James’.
Griffin was fired by the Cavaliers a year ago and was replaced by Koby Altman at the helm. The Cavaliers are currently in the midst of an NBA Finals series with the Golden State Warriors and trail the series 2-0.
The series shifts to Cleveland for a crucial Game 3.