Here we go again. LeBron James, arguably the most coveted free agent in sports history may be on the move again… in two years. The contract he signed with the Miami Heat in the blockbuster summer of 2010 contained an option to opt out after the 2013-14 season.
According to ESPN.com the Los Angeles Lakers have already began plotting to bring James into the fold should he decide to exercise that option. James would be a more than capable plan B should Kobe Bryant follow through with his plans to retire after two more seasons.
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When approached about this issue LeBron did not exactly rule it out. “I’m here, and this is what it’s all about,” James said after the Heat’s 105-78 preseason win over the Detroit Pistons on Thursday. “I’m preparing for this season, preparing to defend our title and that’s it. This is where … I’m here now.”
I did not here a denial there, did you? Uh oh.