The Cleveland Cavaliers are in serious trouble this is evident with the contradictory Kyrie Irving trade rumors all up in the air at this place in time. However, all this speculation and discussion about a trade that involves LeBron James? Sorry, it is not happening. Despite all this, rumors about LeBron James being traded from the Cleveland Cavaliers are persisting. Here's the thing but LeBron getting traded is not going to happen. Despite all the fun fans both casual and hardcore have with the ESPN trade machine. The fact remains that zero LeBron James trade scenarios make sense and here are three reasons why.

1. LeBron James has a no-trade clause

For this reason alone this is where the track rumors should have stopped. According to reports by ESPN, there was no scenario possible that would make LeBron James waive his no-trade clause during this current season. Moreover, as shown by Carmelo Anthony's current scenario with the New York Knicks a no-trade clause in the National basketball association means that all the power in the situation is with the player.

2. No NBA team wants to trade for LeBron James if he is leaving in a year

There is no need to remind everyone that LeBron James in the summer of 2018 becomes a free agent but here it is nevertheless. Moreover, this is not similar to the Oklahoma City Thunder and Paul George situation, where the NBA team might able to persuade LeBron to stay with the said group if they prove to be championship contenders.

There is so much uncertainty in regards to where the four-time MVP might sign with next season, and sacrificing your team's youth for a one-year rental of LeBron James seems like a horrendous idea, especially with teams that will be able to enter the LeBron James sweepstakes in the summer of 2018.

3. The Cleveland Cavaliers will still be a good team if Kyrie Irving gets traded

Just because four-time all-star Kyrie Irving has requested to be traded from the Cleveland Cavaliers does not mean the Cavaliers will not be able to compete for an NBA championship. In the scenario that Irving does get swapped what if the Cavaliers manage to get Eric Bledsoe and a young prospect such as this year's number four pick Josh Jackson from the Phoenix Suns.

There is no way a team that includes LeBron James, Eric Bledsoe, Kevin Love, Tristian Thompson and Derrick Rose does not defend their Eastern Conference Championship crown even with last years runners-up the Boston Celtics acquiring Gordon Hayward.