LeBron James, small forward of the Cleveland Cavaliers, is worried about the Cavaliers decisions that they have made throughout this offseason as reported by the USA Today's Jeff Zillgitt. These reports that have been released are not good news for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Taking into consideration that LeBron James is going to be a free agent at the conclusion of the 2017-18 season and will no doubt make a decision that will benefit his career even if it means LeBron moves to a new city to form a new superteam.

This news is not okay for the Cavaliers organization

These reports are not a good omen for Cleveland taking into the fact that at the conclusion of the 2017-18 NBA season James is a free agent and has the possibility of moving to another location to create a new super team. In this regards, another thing to note in regards to LeBron James' frustration with the Cleveland Cavaliers front office is due to the previous changes in the front office.

These moves may have caused the Cleveland Cavaliers to lose a star player. According to reports Zillgiitt before Dan Gilbert decided to part ways with both Redden and Gilbert. A trade that would send All-Star Jimmy Butler to the Cavaliers was nearly finalized.

This move would have further angered James as Jimmy Butler would have helped the Cavaliers inch closer to securing another title.

The primary concern that seems to be plaguing the Cleveland Cavaliers is that their main core of Kevin Love, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving with a bench of experienced role players is more than enough to keep on dominating the Eastern Conference.

However, it is most likely not enough to overcome the Golden State Warriors in a seven game series in the NBA Finals.

The Warriors are set to stand in Cleveland's way for the foreseeable future

In the last years, NBA Finals the foursome of Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry dismantled the Cleveland Cavaliers in five games to win their second championship in three seasons.

With that foursome still together and the Golden State Warriors still managing to retain the services of Shaun Livingston and Andre Iguodala, there is no reason why the Golden State Warriors should not repeat as NBA champions except in the case of a key player suffering an injury.

With teams like the Boston Celtics, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, and the Golden State Warriors all improving throughout this offseason. The Cleveland Cavaliers have barely moved the needle to be generous. If the Cleveland Cavaliers cannot keep up with the other elite teams, there will be a time and day where even Cleveland being LeBron James' hometown not being enough to persuade him to stay with the Cavaliers.