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After the broadcast aired, MMOgo's Brian Windhorst made a note of it as well."I'm going to be honest with you, the thing that happened in this press conference that made my eyes go open the most was Dan Gilbert taking a shot at the Indiana Pacers for what they got for Paul George, saying openly, he thinks they could have done better," Windhorst said on air. "That was a pretty shocking moment, that's not something you're going to see at too many press conferences."Gilbert's comments likely stemmed from the fact the Cavs missed out on George. He was a major target of theirs, and they felt they were close to landing him. An MMOgo report claims Indiana general manager Kevin Pritchard backed out when "the Cavs were just starting to celebrate get NBA Live Coins." The deal, which involved the Nuggets, would have sent Kevin Love to Denver, George to Cleveland and players such as Gary Harris and the 13th pick in the draft to Indiana.
Instead, the Pacers ended up with Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis from the Thunder.While we don't know why the Pacers didn't go with the pre-draft trade, Windhorst mentioned Monday on The Lowe Post the Cavs weren't interested in a deal the Pacers initiated."I know that around the draft and in the Paul George talks, the Cavs were not willing to make Kyrie Irving available for Paul George," he said.Zach Lowe added: "The Pacers offered Paul George for Kyrie Irving. That's a thing that happened, according to people that we've talked to."When it's all said and done, though, it was pretty remarkable to hear Gilbert openly mock the Pacers' haul for George during Wednesday's conference. He wasn't asked a question about it, and instead decided to give his response, unprovoked.
It's looking like Cleveland's "Big 3" may not involve Kyrie Irving next season.The Cavaliers are reportedly considering a three-team trade that would send Irving to the Knicks in exchange for Carmelo Anthony, according to Yahoo Sports. Initial reports suggest the third team involved may be the Suns. An MMOgo report suggested the Knicks would also send future first-rounders to Cleveland in order to get rid of Anthony get Irving.MORE: Twitter had too much fun predicting Irving's next move Irving, of course, blindsided LeBron James and Co. when the news broke late Friday he had asked the team to trade him in a meeting last week. The No. 1 overall pick of the 2011 draft and four-time All-Star has averaged 21.6 points, 5.5. assists and 3.4 rebounds in six seasons for Cleveland.
Anthony, a member of the infamous "Banana Boat crew" alongside James, has averaged 24.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.4 assists a game in his seven years in New York.The Cavs' latest trade talks are indicative of an organization in flux: They made it to their third consecutive NBA Finals against the Warriors, but were manhandled in five games in a 4-1 series loss this year. The Cavs have since tried to make several moves to close the gap between them and Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and the rest of the superteam in Oakland. They nearly pulled the trigger on a deal that would have sent Paul George to Cleveland. They also low-balled Chauncey Billups in the team's search for a new GM. The team has reportedly agreed to terms with Koby Altman to fill that role. He's got a big mess to clean up.
LeBron James has turned a slice of Blaze Pizza into roughly a $35 million stake. According to MMOgo, James, along with his business partner and financial adviser made an investment in the pizza chain for less than $1 million in 2012. James' nearly 10-percent stake in the company is now worth $35 million to $40 million thanks in part to James becoming a Blaze Pizza spokesman in 2015. For James, success breeds success outside of the sports world as well. The fast-casual chain Blaze Pizza is one of the fastest growing food chains in North America."LeBron and I have always been about finding companies that we truly believe in and putting real money into them," James' business partner Maverick Carter said, via MMOgo. "We're not talking putting in $15,000 or $20,000. It's real money plus the expertise, understanding and knowledge that we bring, as well as bringing LeBron's name and likeness to the product."James and Carter turned another investment into nearly $30 million when Beats by Dre sold to Apple for $3 billion in 2014. Surprisingly, James might be able to double his Beats by Dre profit as Blaze Pizza has a goal of opening 1,000 stores and $1 billion in sales by 2022.
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