Dan Gilbert

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert talks to the media during a news-conference Friday, May 14, 2010, in Independence, Ohio. A stunning loss to the Boston Celtics in the second round of the playoffs has hastened a summer that came quicker than anyone imagined. Over six games, two-time MVP LeBron James and the league's best team in the regular season the past two years were exposed as an incomplete team that appears to be a long way from winning a title. And with James heading off into free agency, Cleveland may have missed its best chance at ending a 46-year-old championship drought. The owner would admonish the player in a public statement stating that he "quit on his team" during the loss to the Celtics in the conference finals. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert talks to the media during a news-conference Friday, May 14, 2010, in Independence, Ohio. A stunning loss to the Boston Celtics in the second round of the playoffs has hastened a summer that came quicker than anyone imagined. Over six games, two-time MVP LeBron James and the league’s best team in the regular season the past two years were exposed as an incomplete team that appears to be a long way from winning a title. And with James heading off into free agency, Cleveland may have missed its best chance at ending a 46-year-old championship drought. The owner would admonish the player in a public statement stating that he “quit on his team” during the loss to the Celtics in the conference finals. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert talks to the media during a news-conference Friday, May 14, 2010, in Independence, Ohio. A stunning loss to the Boston Celtics in the second round of the playoffs has hastened a summer that came quicker than anyone imagined. Over six games, two-time MVP LeBron James and the league’s best team in the regular season the past two years were exposed as an incomplete team that appears to be a long way from winning a title. And with James heading off into free agency, Cleveland may have missed its best chance at ending a 46-year-old championship drought. The owner would admonish the player in a public statement stating that he “quit on his team” during the loss to the Celtics in the conference finals. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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