With LeBron James’ contract set to expire after this upcoming season, there has been much speculation regarding where he will end up. Cleveland Mocks takes a look at a few of the possibilities if James does in fact leave Cleveland a second time.
Lakers: According to multiple sources attempting to get cheap website clicks, James is seriously considering leaving Cleveland for LA next summer. With a supporting cast in Cleveland that lacks the firepower needed to win multiple championships, the opportunity to play with Brandon Ingram and Jordan Clarkson is a hard one to pass up. The downside for him is that he would have to be second fiddle to already-anointed superstar Lonzo Ball.
Heat: James hurt a lot of fans in Miami when he left, and he reportedly has a desire to return and conquer some unfinished business. A third championship in Miami would mean more than any other ring he has, and the opportunity to bring it to the loyal, long-suffering fans would be quite the task. James has reportedly always dreamed of righting his wrongs from a team he left high and dry in order to bring their fans a championship.
Clippers: There is a chance James could go to Los Angeles, but not to the Lakers. He would love to join a franchise with rich history such as the Clippers, known for their multiple Western Conference Semifinals appearances. The chance to play below the many banners of current players faces will be a tempting one.