The Lakers hit the lottery this past July when they acquired LeBron James on a 4-year, $153 million dollar deal.
But if they matched that signing with the addition of Kevin Durantnext summer? It might just be the greatest two-year free-agency stretch by any team ever. As impossible as it seems, one source has claimed that it's already done...
It's no secret that LeBron James prepared for his L.A. arrival well before it broke in the news.
Behind the scenes, he was orchestrating the details of his move, while his reps made sure the team was in decent shape by the time LeBron got there.
Aparently KD is doing the same, and it's not hard to see why.
He's won two straight Championships (along with two straight Finals MVPs), is likely on his way to winning another and is in serious need of a legacy-booster.
He's done all he can with the Warriors... why not help LeBron in L.A.? At this point, he doesn't have much to lose, and he might even have a chance at winning over at least some of the fans that abandoned him three years ago.
Long story short, there's more than one reason why this scenario is not only possible but very feasible. And it's yet another reason why the summer of 2019 is setting up to be one of the best in history.