When will you get to see LeBron James in the Olympics?
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been one of the most popular NBA teams for the past decade, and for good reason.
The team is loaded with talent, the arena is beautiful and the fan base is legendary.
But the Cleveland Cavaliers are in the Olympic Games this year, and they have yet to be seen on the podium.
The Cavs have been the subject of some controversy after the 2016 Olympics.
During a press conference after the team’s loss to the United States, LeBron James called out the referees, stating that he believes they had no right to be called upon to call a penalty on him.
James then went on to ask why they called a penalty against him, when he didn’t even make contact with the refs.
After the game, James was accused of making racist comments toward referees, and some of the comments were racially insensitive.
The NBA and the NBA Players Association reached an agreement in December to have the players participate in the 2020 Olympics, which is the second straight year the players were not invited.
But the Cleveland Cavs still have not received the invitation to participate.
While the league is looking into the matter, they have not made any statements to say they will not be able to attend.
“We are looking into this,” a league spokesperson told Fox Sports.
“We will have more information in the coming days.”
In addition to the Cavs, the Golden State Warriors and New York Knicks have also not been invited to the Olympics.