It’s not quite time to hit the panic button in Cleveland

Elliott has the support of the Cowboys brass as coach Jason Garrett and owner Jerry Jones each voiced their support Sunday in Oxnard, Calif.

“There is absolutely nothing, not one thing, that I’ve seen that has anything to do with domestic violence,” Jerry Jones, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 5, said of the allegations against Elliott. “I don’t want to answer any more. But I’ve seen nothing.”

Elliott was never charged in the alleged 2016 assault, but that’s not the only issue Elliott has had off the field. He is appealing an April speeding ticket for going 100 mph in a 70-mph zone and stands accused of punching a nightclub DJ last weekend in Dallas, though Dallas police have suspended that investigation because the accuser has not been cooperative.

This result won’t help James’ recent concern and criticism surrounding his team’s lack of a “playmaker.” Though offense isn’t really the issue here, James is the kind of player who seems to feel he needs massive scoring threats by his side.

With that being said, the rumors linking Carmelo Anthony to the Cavs are unlikely to happen anytime soon. Cleveland just needs to buckle down and regroup with the talented individuals it already has on its roster.

It’s not quite time to hit the panic button in Cleveland, but all of the sudden the Cavs no longer look like a lock to make the Finals.

Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas may be an even bigger All-Star snub than Russell Westbrook at this point. Thomas’ latest act of heroics was a 38-point performance in a clutch 120-109 win over the Rockets. Thomas also had nine assists and five rebounds.

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