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The Cleveland Cavaliers Could Create A Championship Team In 2024: LeBron And Bronny James Join Donovan Mitchell, Evan Mobley, Darius Garland And Jarrett Allen

The Cleveland Cavaliers Could Create A Championship Team In 2024: LeBron And Bronny James Join Donovan Mitchell, Evan Mobley, Darius Garland And Jarrett Allen

The Cleveland Cavaliers are set to start a very exciting 2022/23 NBA season where they'll boast their newly-formed Big 3 of Donovan Mitchell, Darius Garland, and Evan Mobley. They already showed flashes of what could happen in the future when they reached the play-in tournament, but this year they are keen to go to the playoff and compete against the top teams in the Eastern Conference. 

The fact that they have a solid squad right now hasn't slowed down rumors of a potential reunion with LeBron James, and it looks like they could make a big move in two years to assemble a team that could challenge everybody in their quest for the NBA championship. 

Basketball Forever recently shared a graphic showing how the Cavs' current figures will look with LeBron James and his son Bronny in a couple of years, and truth be told, that's a pretty dope team.


Cleveland Cavaliers Could Create A Championship Team With LeBron James, Bronny James, Donovan Mitchell, Darius Garland, Evan Mobley And Jarrett Allen

The Instagram page showed this edit that looks clean and shows that the Cavs could be set for the present and foreseeable future. Contradicting reports say LeBron might or might not land in Cleveland again when Bronny becomes eligible for the NBA draft, but fans always imagine hypothetical scenarios, and this one looks dope. 

The best part of this is that the Cavs could keep their core to receive LeBron and Bronny on their roster. The deal of Mitchell, Garland, and Mobley could be a problem for them, as they can't have three five-year designated rookie scale max extension players on the roster at the same time. Other than that, they should be fine to welcome LeBron again. 

Bronny has recently teased how he'd look if he committed to Ohio State University, but he's yet to make a definite decision on his future. LeBron has stated his desire to play not only with Bronny but Bryce and the Cavs could be the best place to do that.   

A roster with the two James', Mitchell, Mobley, and Allen, would be a menace for the rest of the conference, but we're two years away from learning what will happen with Bronny and his father.