DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - LeBron James was active on Twitter Tuesday, while reports and rumors regarding the Kyrie Irving situation flood the World Wide Web.
About a week ago, reports surfaced Irving had asked for a trade. Since then, plenty has been said about how James feels about the situation, words that have painted a mostly negative picture.
James sent out a couple of tweets Tuesday in an attempt to quell that narrative, picking on SLAM Magazine twice:
If you were going to call this a roller coaster summer for the Cavs, you'd be slightly off the mark, because other than GM David Griffin's departure nothing has REALLY happened, really. (Really.)
It is, perhaps, more accurate to say it's been a "500 Days of Summer" summer for the Cavs, as it's felt like a break-up with Zooey Deschanel that has brought on an inexplicable urge to listen to the Smiths.
Will the Cavs get a worthy return on Uncle Drew? Will Irving get to join his buddy Jimmy Butler in Minnesota? Is LeBron thin-skinned? What is Dan Gilbert's relationship with Mark Wahlberg REALLY like? (Really?)
Stay tuned. Stay tuned and hope that soon, Joseph Gordon Levitt starts acting out a Hall and Oates music video in real time. Hope that newly appointed Cavs GM Koby Altman doesn't botch what should be one of the easiest paths through the Eastern Conference since James Naismith hung a peach basket at a YMCA.
Apologies to Gordon Hayward.