The idea of LeBron James not staying with the Los Angeles Lakers has been a topic of discussion.
He only has one year left on his contract with the Lakers and he’s already stated that he wants to play alongside his son whenever he comes into the NBA, wherever that is in the future.
Colin Cowherd of FOX Sports had a trade proposal for the summer:
Since the trade deadline was back on February 10, this kind of deal would have to be in the summer, and if the Miami Heat fail to win the NBA Finals, this deal is something for Pat Riley to consider making.
When in Miami, LeBron brought two championships to the Heat in four attempts and LeBron also beat them in the NBA Finals in 2020.
With the Lakers barely looking like a playoff team in 2022, this might be something the Lakers could consider doing over the summer.
But in the end, it will be what LeBron wants. So if he would want a second stint in Miami, it will be up to him.