The season opener is four days away and there are doubts James will be ready.
He still isn't practicing because of a troublesome back and there's no guarantee he'll be on the floor when the Cavaliers begin their quest for an NBA title on Tuesday in Chicago.
The four-time MVP received an anti-inflammatory injection in his back on Oct. 13, but hasn't practiced since as he hasn't been cleared by Cleveland's medical and training staffs.
James, who played in just two of Cleveland's seven preseason games, said Friday that he's not positive he'll be on the floor against the Bulls.
"If everything goes right," he said. "We feel like we're progressing really...