LeBron: 'No complaints' on free agency
JUL 09, 2014 9:30a ET
LeBron James is at the center of the most celebrated summer of NBA free agency since 2010, or the last time LeBron James was a free agent.
So when James actually speaks about free agency, NBA fans sit up and listen. Unfortunately for fans of the Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers or any other team dreaming of landing LeBron, no clues have been given by the four-time MVP.
Instead, when asked Tuesday how free agency is treating him, James offered just two words: "No complaints," he told The Associated Press.
It may not be much, but it is two more words than James has uttered publicly since informing the Heat in late June that he was opting out of his contract.
James and Heat president Pat Riley are expected to meet in Las Vegas on Wednesday, per multiple reports. It is believed to be the first meeting James has participated in with any team this summer. His agent, Rich Paul, conducted meetings in Cleveland last week with the Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers.
James is in Las Vegas for his summer basketball camp, the LeBron James Skills Academy. Riley flew to town for his meeting with James.
The NBA's summer league in Las Vegas also begins this week.