D'Angelo Russell seems to be in agreement with teammate Spencer Dinwiddie that there is zero chance that LeBron James will sign with the Brooklyn Nets. Russell, however, chimed in with his prediction of where the King will go this offseason.


In my opinion, this move makes the most sense from a pure basketball standpoint. James will finally get to play with a Hall of Fame head coach for the first time in Gregg Popovich, who has a proven track record of extending players' careers and getting the most out of them.

James would be teaming up with another star in Kawhi Leonard, who can help take off ton of the load for him defensively. He also has a reliable offensive big man in LaMarcus Aldridge. A young star is also in the making with point guard Dejounte Murray.

Add that in with proven veterans like Tony Parker, Pau Gasol, Rudy Gay, Manu Ginobili (unless he retires), and the Spurs are a legit title contender.

Popovich is reportedly going to force his way into a meeting with LeBron during this year's NBA Free Agency period. We'll see what he can do to convince the King to come to Texas.


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