National Basketball Association rumors 2018: Who will LeBron James bring to his next destination?

National Basketball Association rumors 2018: Who will LeBron James bring to his next destination?

Rev Macon told Fox 8: "We, the clergy of Greater Cleveland, are calling for a life-sized statue of LeBron James to be erected in this city, and a street named in his honour".

The first question is who should the third star be, and which teams are in a position to trade one? His decision in free agency will undoubtedly ripple across the rest of the National Basketball Association, triggering moves from other stars and non-stars alike.

If more teams had the financial means to afford LeBron without gutting their roster (like, say, the Washington Wizards, New Orleans Pelicans, or Portland Trail Blazers), the Sixers wouldn't be as attractive as they're now made out to be. "And let me be clear this doesn't have to do with whether he continues to play in this city or not".

If James teams up with Paul George with a team such as the Los Angeles Lakers, or even the Sixers, Vice Sports' Michael Pina believes that Damian Lillard would be an ideal fit.

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In what has already been the offseason of King James less than a week after his Cavaliers were swept out of the Finals, rumors and innuendo about his potential landing spot have come up at every turn.

The Warriors themselves are linked with a move for James while other contenders are the Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers and the Sixers to name a few.

Teaming up would make a lot of sense for both players. Seeing the two of them together would be a scary thought for opposing teams.

While a core of James, James Harden and Chris Paul - if the Rockets were able to re-sign Paul - sounds like a group that could give the Warriors a true test in the West, if James truly doesn't like Houston, that situation sounds like a tough sell at this stage of his career.