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2018 LeBron James, Paul George and Russell Westbrook Could Create a Super Team in LA or OKC!

LeBron James, Paul George and Russell Westbrook, Just Imagine it!


We know that the 2017 free agency is just winding down but we could not help but think about the future.

If you think 2017 is crazy wait until 2018 free agency. There will be a lot of big names who will be available which includes DeMarcus Cousins, Joel Embiid, Chris Paul, Jabari Parker, Carmelo Anthony, DeAndre Jordan, LaMarcus Aldridge and of course the three superstars that I mentioned above.

There will be no shortage of quality players and teams are definitely preparing for next year to make a run for these game changing players. Speculations and rumors are already starting as the NBA world are about to brace another memorable year.

LeBron James has always been a target for any teams and OKC might just make a move to run after him to convince Paul George to stay in OKC.  The Thunders may have realized that they need to spend some money in order to get that elusive championship that they could have already gotten if they only found a way how to retain James Harden and Kevin Durant.

It's always hard to retain multiple superstars in one team but the Warriors have found a way to make that happen and is enjoying the fruit of their labor by winning another championship.

Many teams are looking to create their own version of super teams and Lakers could also be one of them. Recently acquiring highly touted point guard Lonzo Ball, the Lakers next year could be a super team as they are almost sure to sign Paul George who already gave Lakers a commitment that he will sign with them after a year with OKC.  There are also reports that LeBron James team is talking to the Lakers management for a potential move next year, and while we are at it, Russell Westbrook who plays college at UCLA may join in the fun to ultimately create the super team of all super teams.

While these would require a lot of work, it is not far from reality as teams are becoming more and more creative on how they approach the contract of players.

Do you think LeBron James will make a move next year?





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