LeBron James has been all over the media lately, as we speculate where the King will take his talents to next season.
Boston could be a possible destination for The King to join former teammate Kyrie Irving.
Teaming up with an Eastern Conference rival? Many say this is outrageous but not in today’s game.
Although, one of the reasons Kyrie left Cleveland was to take on a leadership role which was not possible with LeBron. Here’s what Kyrie had to say.
Kyrie Irving on if he’d be open to reuniting with LeBron. "In this business, I've experienced it all and I've seen a lot so we'll see what management decides." Kyrie said he has not had any discussions about LeBron with management. pic.twitter.com/IzvjJIpv0j
— Chris Forsberg (@ESPNForsberg) June 12, 2018
It is unknown whether Boston will act on acquiring LeBron this offseason. However, the management could fuse together the duo that once was Kyrie and LeBron.
Boston Celtics don’t have enough space on the salary cap and the only way could be ‘sign and trade’. Danny Ainge can trade Marcus Smart (he needs to sign first), Jaylen Brown, Terry Rozier and Marcus Morris for LeBron James, if he decides to sign for the Boston Celtics.