AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- Superstar free agent LeBron James is offering no clues about his decision following a workout at his skills academy.
James pointed at a reporter in the balcony of Rhodes Arena, smiled and shook his head Monday when asked if he had anything to say about where's he'll sign. The NBA's most wanted man made an appearance at his Nike camp and scrimmaged -- along with good friend and U.S. Olympic teammate Chris Paul -- before driving away in a white Bentley.
James, who is considering offers from at least six teams, was not expected to appear at the first day of camp. However, not only did he show up, but he worked on his game by doing some shooting drills and running full court with some of the nation's top college players.
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