LeBron James: Four reasons why he must choose the Houston Rockets


It seems at some points that rumors of LeBron staying or going have taken up hours of time discussed on sports talk shows and seemingly has taken the spotlight away from more important sporting events, such as the World Cup (which happens once every four years), or even baseball season.

And after Cavs were swept 4-0 in the NBA Finals by Golden State Warriors, many thought that was his last hurrah at the Quicken Loans Arena.

"In all honesty, the chances [James] goes to LA is low". Once LeBron makes his announcement about where he'll play next year, the rest of the National Basketball Association will follow suit and begin to make their moves in hope of getting better for the 2018-2019 season.

Not counting James, Pluto says there are just two players on the current Cavs' roster that the team drafted: Cedi Osman and Tristan Thompson. A team like the Rockets with a James Harden could be one, but until James makes a decision, it's all speculation for now. I am here to explain why LeBron James shouldn't dislike Houston as much as he reportedly does, assuming cap room doesn't exist, why Houston may not be such a bad idea. However, if they're going to make a big move, it has to start at the NBA Draft.

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Kevin Love is still one of the best big men in the league, probably underrated because he is in the shadow of LeBron James, and Lakers could send a very good trade package for him.

These teams, in fact, had been rumored as to have offered LeBron juicy proposals to lure James come and be part of their respective organizations. Whether that would be through the draft on Thursday, my source tells me it is "likely but not definite".

The Portland Trail Blazers are a huge question mark entering this upcoming season, as nobody knows their true intentions, whether they would like to break out their explosive backcourt or give it another shot at the Lillard-McCollum experiment.

In a way, the Cavs have already made this decision for themselves. There is interest in finding a young playmaker to add to their veteran core and Cleveland believes it will have the opportunity to choose from an available player pool that will include the likes Collin Sexton, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Trae Young, Michael Porter Jr. So I got four.