The Cleveland Cavaliers' offseason has been all sorts of lost, gains, adjustments, and struggle to stay together. But through it all, the team remained focused on one goal and that's to stay intact for another run at a championship. The media frenzy since Kyrie Irving requested a trade mainly focused on how the Cavs will cope-up without him but in reality, the franchise still has its big man and is ready to roll for the next season.

LeBron James says he's ready to go

For LeBron James, apparently, there's no slowing down and when coach Tyron Lue observes his current game he can't help but say, "He seems younger.

Enjoying the game. Hopefully, it carries on for 82 games and into the playoffs." For LeBron James, he has so much to celebrate having been able to witness his sons play in their AAU games. He's ready and he's all set to start the new season. Talking to the media, James said "I'm ready to go. This is one of the best offseasons I've had in my career. And I'm extremely excited."

LeBron has moved on from losing Kyrie Irving and is concentrating on strengthening the Cavs' roster through recent minicamps. While he managed to admit that this offseason did bring "something different" to his approach to the game, James refused to reveal exactly what was it further saying that he's wasn't there to talk about it but implied it will show on his performance on the court.

Fifteen seasons in the NBA

LeBron James, 32, will celebrate his birthday in December. After 15 seasons in the NBA, he marks this moment as something special and inspiring. The Cleveland Cavaliers made one last move to acquire another NBA superstar with Dwyane Wade joining the Cavs after agreeing to a buyout with the Chicago Bulls.

This could be one of the special things LeBron mentioned; being able to work with a former teammate who helped him achieve his first two championship rings.

Meanwhile, James commenting on Wade joining the Cavs is as sweet as the message itself that states: "It's kind of like when you start school and you walk into the classroom and you're not quite sure who your classmates are and when you walk in there and one of your best friends is in there, you're like: Oh, yeah, this is going to be fun.

It's going to be a good class."

LeBron James also admits feeling relieved that they were able to convince Dwyane Wade to join the Cavs instead of going to the rest of interested teams. James said, the foundation of his friendship with Wade was built on honesty wherein, they're able to discuss anything in their workplace.