Published: Wed, June 20, 2018
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Would Paul George Want To Team With LeBron James?

Would Paul George Want To Team With LeBron James?

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.

The NBA could be undergoing a massive shake-up this summer with both George and James entering free agency.

Dwight Howard believes LeBron James and Ben Simmons on the same team won't work.

In fact, Stephen Jackson did argue that Wednesday on FS1's "First Things First", calling the Lakers the "worst" possible fit for James, who's expected to opt out of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The 33-year-old was able to drag his hometown side to the NBA Finals where they faced the Golden State Warriors for the fourth straight year, but failed to make it a competitive series with the defending champions sweeping them last week.

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In its "NBA Rumours" section, reports that "all signs are pointing west" and James will head to Los Angeles to join the Lakers. He has been connected to the Lakers, Cavaliers, Heat, San Antonio Spurs, Boston Celtics, and Philadelphia 76ers the most this offseason. It nearly seemed as if he knew James' run in Cleveland was over. That's the view of Reverend Dr Larry Macon of Mount Zion Church in Oakwood Village.

That is why the Lakers are a better fit for LeBron James and we will be going over those three reasons in the coming slides.

According to ESPN, James is the "most valuable free agent in the history of sports". Well, it's not as easy as just pick team x.

Cavs fans, businesses and the clergy will no doubt be praying for their king to stay and reign over the city of Cleveland.

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