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LeBron James will opt out of his $21.6 million player option with the Cleveland Cavaliers and become a free agent on July 1, according to ESPN:

The move, which was expected, marks the third time in the past six years that James will be an unrestricted free agent. This time is expected to have a different outcome, as James intends to re-sign with his current team, sources said.

James also does not plan to meet with other teams, sources told ESPN's Chris Broussard.
James will likely to see how Tristan Thompson and Kevin Love's free agency plays out before finalizing a deal.
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