After several NBA teams cancelled their upcoming stays at Trump Hotel in New York City, Cavaliers have also announced they’re cancelling theirs too.
This is when they visit New York City this week to play the New York Knicks.
Other members of the team will stay at the 46-story luxury building opened in 2010 and branded through a licensing agreement with President-elect Donald Trump, as the Cavs have a contract with the establishment.
— James is said to be among up to half the 14-player roster who won’t be staying at that hotel.
James and J.R. Smith appeared at a campaign rally for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton before the election, and James has said he’s unsure if he’ll visit the White House during the Trump presidency, should the Cavaliers win the NBA title in that span.