LeBron James Wants To Play 2 More Seasons In The NBA And The Lakers Want To Bring Him Back To Play With Bronny

LeBron James Wants To Play 2 More Seasons In The NBA And The Lakers Want To Bring Him Back To Play With Bronny

The end has never been closer for LeBron James’ historic NBA career, but he may still have some time left before it’s all said and done. According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, James wants to play for two more seasons in the league and the Lakers want him to spend them on their roster, playing alongside his own son after drafting him in the second round this summer.

“LeBron James wants to play up until two more NBA seasons,” revealed Shams. “The Lakers want to bring him back, and want to bring in Bronny James in the second round. They are going to start coaching interviews next week. I would look at names like Kenny Atkinson, Reddick, and David Adelman. LeBron wants to see what moves the Lakers make before his player option.”

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The end has never been closer for LeBron James’ historic NBA career, but he may still have some time left before it’s all said and done. According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, James wants to play for two more seasons in the league and the Lakers want him to spend them on their roster, playing alongside his own son after drafting him in the second round this summer.

“LeBron James wants to play up until two more NBA seasons,” revealed Shams. “The Lakers want to bring him back, and want to bring in Bronny James in the second round. They are going to start coaching interviews next week. I would look at names like Kenny Atkinson, Reddick, and David Adelman. LeBron wants to see what moves the Lakers make before his player option.”

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With a player option for the 2024-25 campaign, LeBron can either extend his contract for another year or opt-out now and become a free agent this summer. At 39 years old, it’s no secret that LeBron is thinking more and more about retirement and this offseason is a big opportunity for him to set up the final act of his career.

By staying with the Lakers, and encouraging them to draft Bronny in the second round, LeBron could spend his final two years fulfilling his longtime dream of sharing the NBA court with his own flesh and blood. He could also personally ensure a smooth transition for his son, who is still looking to prove himself as an NBA prospect.

With LeBron James, Bronny, and Anthony Davis, the Lakers could still remain somewhat relevant in the West, even if they are no longer among the favorites to win it all.

Despite the drawbacks of such a plan, the Lakers seem intent on following this path all the way through, and it will be interesting to see how it ends up for them when it’s time to build the roster this summer.

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