LeBron James could join Luka Doncic and Dallas Mavericks to pass the torch
Luka continues to make history. He scored 5,115 points in his first three NBA seasons and had 36 triple-doubles. Doncic turned 23 on Monday and is nowhere near his peak. He could have 17 more seasons tearing up the NBA and its record books. Luka is already a three-time All-Star, two-time first-team All-NBA selection, and the 2019 Rookie of the Year.
The current Mavericks superstar is on pace to be the best player in the league, and he could just be reaching that moment as Bronny James enters the league in 2024. LeBron James could decide to bring his son to Dallas to team with Luka as a way to pass the torch to the superstar he respects so much.
James and Doncic can do it all on the basketball court, so they would play incredibly well off each other right now. LeBron will turn 40 during Bronny’s rookie year, assuming he is a one-and-done talent. It seems impossible that King James would be playing at an All-NBA level, but he is still putting up incredible numbers this season at 37.
LeBron would ensure his son’s team was competitive, and he could pass the torch as the best player of their generation to Luka Doncic if he joined him on the Dallas Mavericks for his final season.