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If any teams had hopes of prying Lebron James from the Cleveland Cavaliers before Thursday's trade deadline, it seems they can disregard that possibility.James will not waive his no-trade clause and is committed to seeing this season through with the Cavs, despite the club's recent struggles.However, that doesn't mean all is well between James and the Cavaliers.James reportedly backed former Cavs general manager David Griffin, but the team let him go last summer.
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