Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James pointed out the city of Los Angeles as his “home” in a tweet, resulting to a Twitter chaos.
The three-time NBA champion LeBron James is no longer on his “Zero Dark Thirty-23” postseason NBA playoff rage, which is a social media blackout. That only means everything he posted on the social networking services including Twitter is without a question taken literally, because it’s year 2017.
The four-time Most Valuable Player James is due $33.2 million this 2017-18 NBA season. The 32-year-old James has a player option for $35.6 million in 2018, the year he will also become an unrestricted free agent.
LeBron James, who also played with the Miami Heat in 2010–2014 seasons, acquired a real-estate home property in Los Angeles’ Brentwood neighborhood back in 2015. James sold his home in Miami that same year. The fans Cleveland Cavaliers reading the tea leaves were given an heads up when LeBron James dropped another possible indication or hint on Wednesday on the social media platform.
“Man I need some run!! Where y’all hooping at?? Off season please hurry up and end, I have basketball Jones,” LeBron James wrote on Twitter post.
“Come to the city,” Dorell Wright replied to James. “Best runs in the world. Los Angeles.”
“I’m back in the city in a couple weeks, y’all still gone be running?” James said.
“You know Seattle would love to have you bless @thecrwasover,” Jamal Crawford wrote to James.
“May have to make a day trip up there when I’m back home in LA bro,” James answered.
May have to make a day trip up there when I'm back home in LA bro!
— LeBron James (@KingJames) August 9, 2017
Should James opt to once again break Cleveland Cavaliers’ heart and leave Ohio, the most talked about destination is Los Angeles, where James has a real estate property, and spends a lot of time during the offseason. Such an action is at least a year off, but the mixture of James himself, free agency and the Los Angeles Lakers has everyone in the world of basketball is on red alert for the next hint that will eventually determine his future.
The tweet may not mean anything to James, but it does mean only one thing, and it’s the at most thing that matters to those who wish to make it happen: LeBron James is going to be a Los Angeles Laker player.
James is entering his 15th season in the NBA and 11th season overall with the Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron James led the league in minutes played per game (37.8) in the most recent NBA season.