There’s no denying that LeBron James is arguably the greatest player to ever represent the Cleveland Cavaliers. After the 37-year-old Beast returns to his hometown for the 2022 All-Star match, it seems the possibility of the King returning to his long-loved franchise remains on the table. Who said that? None other than LeBron.
The Strong spoke to LeBron James while his All-Star team was in court in preparation for Sunday’s game. In response to a specific question about his future, the 4x NBA Finals MVP hinted that he’s uncertain about his future franchise but is certain that a return to the Cleveland Cavaliers is not out of the question. question.
Will LeBron James return to the Cleveland Cavaliers?
“That didn’t close… I’m not saying I’ll come back and play, I don’t know. I don’t know what my future will be. I don’t even know when I’m free.”
For those unaware, LeBron James has now signed a two-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, which expires after the 2022-2023 season. He spent 2003 to 2010 with the Cavs after they drafted him for the first time overall. After a few seasons and two championships with the Miami Heat, King returned to Cleveland from 2014 to 2018. He won a third NBA championship with his original team before moving to Los Angeles.
Safe to say, it looks like LeBron James is eager to become the first father-son to sit on the court in his final year in the league. Earlier this month, LeBron urged that his only wish still to be fulfilled was to share the court with his son, Bronny, now 17.
That being said, Bronny isn’t eligible to play in the NBA until 2024 and should the Cleveland Cavaliers ultimately choose him. It means the city of ‘champions’, which will eventually see the King pass his legacy on to his son on his final voyage. But will that wish come true? Still being watched.
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