While LeBron James has kept a low profile during the first few days of free agency, his agent has met with a handful of teams who are vying for Miami Heat star's talents.

Among those teams, according to ESPN, is James' former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers. James' agent Rich Paul and Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert reportedly already have met in Cleveland.

Phoenix Suns owner, Robert Sarver, met Paul on Wednesday and touted the idea of pairing up James with either free agent forward Carmelo Anthony or Chris Bosh in the desert. Sarver has been very open about wanting to bring James to Phoenix.

"We are in a good position," Sarver previously told The Arizona Republic. "We have a lot to offer, too, with the depth of our roster compared to some of the other teams. We think we have a favorable opportunity, but obviously he'll make his decision when he wants to make it. He's a smart player and a smart businessman. He'll look at the facts and make a decision."

The Dallas Mavericks and the Houston Rockets also have made presentations to Paul in the past few days.

Dallas owner Mark Cuban was in Cleveland on Thursday, but the Mavericks' owner said he "was there for a 'Shark Tank' commitment," referring to his TV show, and not to meet with Paul.

James is vacationing in Brazil with his family and plans to attend the World Cup final on July 13. Paul is meeting with team officials on his own, ESPN reported.