‘Visiting Cleveland’ LeBron to return to family? — Interest spikes as son Brooke seeks NBA challenge

‘King’ LeBron James (40-LA Lakers) shows up at home in Cleveland. After the Los Angeles Lakers were eliminated in the first round of the National Basketball Association (NBA) playoffs, much attention has been focused on LeBron’s future. LeBron’s visit to his hometown team’s stadium was a big deal for Cleveland fans.

On Thursday, LeBron watched the 2023-24 NBA Playoffs (PO) Eastern Conference second-round game between Boston and Cleveland. Boston defeated the Cavaliers 109-102 in a close game to take a 3-1 series lead.

As a Cleveland fan, you couldn’t have been more excited to see James on the scoreboard before the game. 텍사스홀덤사이트 James’ greeting was met with thunderous applause and cheers.

“The fans who filled the arena rose to their feet to celebrate their hometown hero, who gave the franchise its first and only championship in 2016,” Yahoo Sports reported. James responded to the cheers from his old stomping grounds with a hand kiss.

James began his professional career in Cleveland as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft, where he played until 2010 before moving to Miami and then back to Cleveland in 2014. He joined the Los Angeles Lakers in 2018, and all eyes are on his future after this season. He has one year left on his contract with the Lakers, but he has a player option. If James exercises his player option, he will play the 2024-25 season with the Lakers for $51.4 million. If he doesn’t exercise the option, James will become a free agent. Locally, we don’t expect him to exercise the option. In that case, James could sign a new contract with the Lakers, move to another team, or retire altogether.

Many fans are particularly interested in the possibility of James joining a new team as a free agent. “Cleveland fans would certainly welcome him with open arms,” said Yahoo Sports, “and the Cavaliers, who are in the second round of the PO, are competitive enough to lure James.”

James’ future path is also tied to his son, Brodie’s, NBA Draft challenge. After collapsing from a heart condition while playing college basketball last year, he was cleared to enter the draft after an NBA physical. The 6-foot-9 guard averaged 4.8 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 2.1 assists per game in college last season. James has expressed his desire to play on the court with his son, and there is speculation that the team that takes Brooney could also take James.

The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly weighing a number of options for Brooney. There’s also the possibility that other teams could make a move for him and send LeBron an offer.

LeBron James is still a force to be reckoned with. All eyes and ears will be on his future this summer.

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