Rival GM: LeBron James would 'let the roster come together' for Lakers

Sherman Parsons
June 28, 2018

"I think the people's MVP was definitely James, but the NBA MVP was definitely Bron". For weeks, the Sixers have been discussed as a potential landing spot for Leonard in a trade, especially after acquiring a future first-round pick in 2021 during the draft, with the Spurs, and according to a recent report, an offer may have already been made. The Lakers have put in lots of effort towards building the foundation of a winning culture, and they should be careful about adding a player with Cousins' checkered past to their team. Many believe that the two players would like to play with each other.

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The Lakers would love to bring Leonard in this summer, and are feeling some pressure to do so before July 1, according to ESPN.

If you're trying to maintain the belief that there's bad blood between Kyrie Irving and LeBron James, you probably should just give up at this point. They're doing enough research to suggest that he's going to be willing to take that plunge and let the roster come together.

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Both players have been rumored to be considering signing with the Los Angeles Lakers. The same line of thinking goes with the Lakers, though, getting Leonard will also increase their chances of signing LeBron James.

Landing Leonard would be a huge first step in the Lakers attempting to sign big free agents like LeBron James and Paul George in free agency, creating a core of star players to bring the team back to relevance in the National Basketball Association. That's because 13-year-old "Bronny", a highly regarded basketball player in OH, is very "likely" to enroll at a prestigious Los Angeles high school, according to a TMZ Sports report Wednesday, although it's apparently "not a done deal".

Expect to hear plenty of rumors over the next week or two surrounding both James and George.

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