Did Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving mock teammate LeBron James on social media after he posted a video of him on Snapchat while singing Skylar Grey’s “I’m Coming Home”? Irving took the video while on a flight back from China, the last stop of his global tour for Nike. He also visited Taiwan and Japan amid reports that he demanded a trade from the Cavaliers.

LeBron used the “I’m coming home” theme when he returned to the Cavaliers in 2014 after leaving them for the Miami Heat in 2010.

Grey even performed the song at a welcome back rally that the Cavs held for James. James also ended his Sports Illustrated piece in 2014 where he announced his return to Cleveland with the phrase "I’m coming home." Earlier, James posted on his Instagram page two songs by rapper Meek Mill entitled “Wins & Losses” and “Heavy Heart” with lyrics alluding to Irving.

James will work out with Derrick Rose in Vegas

James will work out with new teammate Derrick Rose in Las Vegas this summer in preparation for the 2017-18 season. Chris Haynes of ESPN reported that James invited Rose to join him in Las Vegas for a workout, which the 2011 MVP accepted. The two will be joined by Phoenix Suns point guard Eric Bledsoe, who is being linked to trade talks for Irving.

Bledsoe’s participation in the workout could fuel rumors that the Suns are in the running for Irving. Earlier, the Suns reportedly offered Bledsoe and rookie Josh Jackson to the Cavs for Irving. The Suns later denied that Jackson will be a part of a trade involving Irving.

Rose joined the three-time defending Eastern Conference champions on a one-year deal worth $2.1 million after playing 64 games with the Knicks last season, averaging 18.0 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 4.4 assists.

Rose earlier met with the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, and the Milwaukee Bucks in free agency before he settled for the Cavaliers.

Rose chose Cavs for chance in a starting role

According to Joe Varden of Cleveland.com, Rose picked the Cavs because he has a chance to start alongside James with Irving now on the trading block.

Ramona Shelburne of ESPN said the Lakers tried to convince Rose to join the team in a reserve role, but the eight-year veteran refused to serve as backup to rookie Lonzo Ball. The Lakers were looking for a veteran guard that would help mentor Ball, their No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 Draft. After missing out on Rose, the Lakers signed backup point guard Tyler Ennis on a one-year, $2.1 million contract.