3 Potential Free Agent Destinations If LeBron James Opts Out

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Feb 17, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Eastern Conference forward LeBron James (6) of the Miami Heat and Western Conference guard Kobe Bryant (24) of the Los Angeles Lakers laugh during the second half of the 2013 NBA All-Star Game at the Toyota Center. The Western Conference won 143-138. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

There have been plenty of rumors surrounding LeBron James over the past few months as his potential free agency option will be available this coming offseason. If he does hit the free agent market, there will be an absolute frenzy of potential suitors lining up to try and sell him on their offers. Despite all of the interest, there are three destinations in particular that would offer James the type of money he wants along with adding onto his legacy and still competing for championships.

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Tags: Cleveland Cavaliers Kobe Bryant Lebron James Los Angeles Lakers Miami Heat NBA Free Agency

  • troy williams

    none of those options makes alot of sense, 1. the heats run is done now that wade will likely retire and bosh can carry the franchise in the near future alone. 2. the lakers are rebuilding for the next few years and kobe has proven he is to selfish to share the spotlight. and 3. never go back! especially to an owner who blasted you the first time and would love to trade you to some sorry place for a number one pick out of revenge in the near future when his legs are tired and he hasn’t gotten them a ring.

    lebron needs to go to a franchise that is stable, has a head coach in place, in a big city and in the eastern conference. yep you guest it the brooklyn nets. once garnett and pierce leave this summer they would be a perfect fit for him and any money he leaves on the table he would easily make up in endorsements in nyc.

    lebron the net in 2014-15