4 days after making their pitch to LeBron, Nets still waiting for a decisionBy Tom Canavan, AP
Monday, July 5, 2010
Nets still waiting for LeBron to make a decision
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Like pretty much every other NBA team, the New Jersey Nets spent the Fourth of July weekend waiting on LeBron James.
Four days after making their pitch to James in Cleveland, president and general manager Rod Thorn says the Nets remain in a holding pattern.
Thorn says nothing has changed and the Nets are waiting for the two-time MVP to decide whether to remain with the Cavaliers or play elsewhere.
The Nets, Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls, Clippers, Miami Heat and the New York Knicks have all met with James since Thursday.
Thorn said in a text message on Monday that James has given no indication when a decision will be made.
Unlike the New York Knicks, Thorn said the Nets did not request a second meeting with James.
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