Otherwise, he was seen wearing a Yankee cap, which maybe signifies a preference for a New York team; pundits claimed the Nuggets would be forced to trade Carmelo Anthony because he's going to the Knicks anyway (No, we won't, said a Nugget official) and Knick officials confided in sports writers that the only reason the Nets are still in it is because LeBron doesn't want to offend his pal, Jay-Z.
One thing does appear correct: there's no word, no real indication of where the reigning MVP is headed. Sure, various sources say James has the Nets in his top three, but again, he's not saying a word. Some are looking for clues in his past statements. So the Nets wait. They haven't asked for a second meeting with James, says Rod Thorn. Bottom line: Thorn says nothing has changed and the Nets are waiting for the two-time MVP to decide. Expect further developments.
- Nets still waiting for LeBron to make a decision - Tom Canavan - AP
- LeBron James Makes Appearance, Works Out at Basketball Camp in Hometown - Rob Gloster - Bloomberg
- Is the Melo Plan Possible? - John Schuhmann - NBA.com
Nuggets official: Melo won't be traded - Chris Broussard - ESPN
As James Decides His Future, Past Comments Provide Clues - Jonathan Abrams - New York Times