LeBron James could join Luka Doncic and Dallas Mavericks for final chance at a ring
There is no way LeBron plays his final season on a rebuilding team. He has orchestrated the players around him since his first stint in Cleveland, so James will be looking to chase a ring as he puts his son in a winning situation too.
Luka Doncic has already proved he takes his game to another level in the playoffs. Last season, he averaged 35.7 points, 10.3 assists, and 7.9 rebounds per game in the Mavericks first-round series against the LA Clippers. The 23-year-old is going to lead Dallas on a deep postseason run soon, and the Mavs will be one of the league’s top teams by 2024.
Winning a championship next to Luka Doncic and his son could be the storybook ending for LeBron. The 18-time All-Star formed a superteam in Miami to get his first two rings, brought a title to Cleveland, and got the Lakers their 17th championship. Could LeBron help the Mavs win their second and transform Luka Doncic into an all-time great before turning 27?
LeBron James is most likely to finish his career playing for the Lakers and living in Los Angeles, but things could get interesting when his son enters the league. Could the Dallas Mavericks add the father and son duo to their roster? It is a story to watch over the next two years.