LeBron James' Son Committed To Play At High School in Los Angeles

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D-Wade shared his perspective on LeBron's free agency-because everyone is sharing their perspective on it these days-during a Sunday appearance on Fox Sports Radio with Chris Mannix and Caron Butler. I don't really think, for him, the basketball decision is saying, 'Oh, let me go team up with three All-Stars.' I think at this point in his life, it's more so of a lifestyle thing of where my family is going to be the most comfortable, where I'm going to be the happiest at. Obviously, you saw this year, he could get to the Finals, no matter what the circumstances are.

"Dan Gilbert believes that he can build a championship team without LeBron, and I think he is looking forward to trying", ESPN's Brian Windhorst said on The Hoop Collective (h/t Ryne Nelson of Slam). It would make sense for him to come here because it would take all of the pressure off of him playing-wise.

CLEVELAND: Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue still has his critics, even after guiding a roster filled with inconsistent players back to the NBA Finals. I bet they would look for a first round pick in that trade. "I've got a teenage boy, a pre-teen and a little girl that wasn't around as well", James said.

That family part is huge, because according to an National Basketball Association legend, one of LeBron's son will be playing at a high school in Los Angeles.

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"I still have so much to give to the game", James said.

He'll have several options to choose from and the focus of the entire National Basketball Association world will be on the 14-time All-Star in the coming weeks.

As this point, the suitors - the Lakers, 76ers, Rockets, Spurs and of course, the Cavs - seem clear.

The next person who walks up to me and says LeBron James - who is awesome, wonderful - is as good as Michael Jordan, or competes like Michael Jordan, I'm just going to slap the hell out of you right on the spot. I knew that question would come, but I like to be here.