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Even though I’m older, I still want to have swag.” RELATED VIDEO: Still, the biggest thing that’s changed about Bailey’s dating life is her approach to love. It’s a luxury and I’m embracing that and running full speed ahead.” “A lot of people look at 50 like, ‘Oh my God, I’m getting so old.’ But it’s really not.
“I always follow my heart, but I’ve learned to stop thinking and go with my gut,” she says. Especially for me being single, I feel like it’s a rebirth. The first 50 were for my daughter, for my family, for my husband, for everyone else.
That said, there are only two assets the Cavs possess that would likely grab the Pacers' attention in a potential swap (operating under the assumption that Le Bron James is untouchable): Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving.
And to part with either the 25-year-old Irving or the 28-year-old Love, both coming off All-Star seasons and on relatively economical long-term deals, without any verbal commitment from George, 27, that he planned to stay in Cleveland beyond 2018, would be "hard" to agree to, one source familiar with the Cavs' thinking told ESPN.
“Nobody calls each other anymore, it’s all about texting,” Bailey laments. “If I get too excited, she’s like, ‘Mom, you’re acting too thirsty. “I’m 50 and I want to look sexy, but I want to be tasteful and classy — I don’t want to be the sexy old lady! She knows the younger world, that’s just not my world.“I feel like at this point in my life, I’m the only person that knows what’s best for Cynthia. Now I get to be a little greedy.” As for the guy who eventually gets her heart, Bailey isn’t worried about finding him. “I’m looking for love, but I don’t really have a timeline for it. There’s a certain privilege you get from turning 50. People have to respect that, with age comes wisdom. The Cavs are willing to enter into trade talks for George without any assurances he will commit to a long-term deal in Cleveland, a source familiar with the Cavs' thinking told ESPN.Cleveland is confident its championship culture and overall atmosphere could sway George to want to stay after playing out the 2017-18 season.