3 Teams LeBron James Should Consider Joining After Lakers

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LeBron James has played on three teams in his NBA career. Could there be a fourth when his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers is up?

James initially signed with the Lakers on a four-year deal in 2018. He was given a two-year extension worth $85 million in 2020.

Now, James is set to become a free agent following the 2022-23 season after making $44.4 million next year. This comes after scoring 30.3 points per contest. James might be playing the game at a high level, but it did not translate to team success.

The Lakers have been eliminated from postseason contention making it one of the most disappointing seasons in NBA history. Russell Westbrook was acquired in the offseason to join James and Anthony Davis.

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Between injuries and inconsistencies, the regime did not work. With just one year left, it is normal to wonder whether James will remain in Los Angeles or end his career elsewhere.

If he decides to leave, there seems like a handful of teams James will actually want to play for. At this point, it might not be about winning.

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James will soon take over as the top scorer in NBA history and has four championships. He does not have anything left to prove to place him in the top two in the history of the game.

LeBron James will be an unrestricted free agent next offseason. When this happens, these three teams could be suitors for James during his final years.

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