The Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James reportedly have yet to engage in serious discussions regarding his future with the team.

According to Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com, the Cavs and LeBron have remained in contact over the phone and in person, but there has been no "real dialogue" about what he intends to do in free agency.

James is expected to become a free agent provided he opts out of his contract by the June 29 deadline.

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski (h/t Sagar Trika of Blazer's Edge) reported that James likely won't decide where he's signing until July.

That means the Cavs won't be able to execute an opt-in-and-trade with LeBron since the deadline to opt in is June 29.

Vardon seconded Wojnarowski's report by adding that James presently "doesn't know" what his NBA future holds.