Isaiah Thomas coming to LeBron's camp, which starts tomorrow at UCSB https://t.co/qocCOKZQ44
— Joe Vardon (@joevardon) September 18, 2017
James and the gang will put in work at the University of California-Santa Barbara.
Isaiah Thomas will reportedly attend the mini-camp.
This is the second consecutive year the workouts are slated for UC-Santa Barbara, expected to stretch over a period of days.
Isaiah Thomas, the two-time All-Star and All-NBA point guard who joined the Cavs this summer as part of a blockbuster trade but is expected to miss the start of the season with a hip injury, will attend James’ workouts, a source told cleveland.com.
In addition to James’ teammates (we’ll get to them in a minute), coach Tyronn Lue and staff are expected to attend as well, though the coaches will be there to watch.
As for the Cavs themselves, they of course have a decidedly different look to them entering the 2017-18 season than the group that trudged off the floor following Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Derrick Rose, Jae Crowder, Jeff Green, Jose Calderon, Ante Zizic and Cedi Osman are all new to the team, joining Cleveland either through trade or as a free agent (in Osman’s case, the Cavs owned his NBA rights and he left his European team to join).