Tyronn Lue doesn't seem too confident in LeBron James returning


ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski said last week that the two superstars will have a conversation once free agency begins about the possibility of pairing up together in Los Angeles with the Lakers.

It's been rumored - by Gary Payton no less - that LeBron's sons have been enrolled in a Los Angeles school, a sign pointing that James may be ready to sign with the Lakers.

With less than three weeks to go until the start of free agency, the rumor mill is beginning to heat up.

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.

In its "NBA Rumours" section, NJ.com reports that "all signs are pointing west" and James will head to Los Angeles to join the Lakers.

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After the Cavs lost 4-0 in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors, James said he had "no idea at this point" where he would play next.

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.

With LA "in the picture" CBS Philly asks why James would come to the Sixers. It nearly seemed as if he knew James' run in Cleveland was over.

Which is exactly what reporters have done with LeBron James. "I like playing with him".

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