Report: Cavs saving cap space in hopes of signing LeBron
The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly planning to save cap space in the hopes of landing LeBron James again in 2014, according to the Akron Beacon Journal.
Many around the league believe Cleveland will have enough money to sign a player to a max contact in the summer of 2014, when James can opt out of his current contract with the Heat.
LeBron played seven seasons in Cleveland - in his home state of Ohio - before spurning the Cavs to sign with Miami in the summer of 2010. After James made the decision on live television, Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert wrote an angry letter to the team's fans calling what James did a "cowardly betrayal," while fans were seen burning James jerseys in various online videos.