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Will LeBron James really say goodbye to the “broom” or does he have a plan?



Throughout the season, he repeatedly emphasized his desire to play with his son Bronny

LeBron James said after the painful loss in the Western Conference finals that he is not sure he will continue to be a member of the LA Lakers for another year. He ended the press conference by saying, “I still have a lot to think about…personally, how to continue with basketball…”

“I can’t say it’s a successful season. I’ve been playing for titles my whole career. Making it to the conference finals, that doesn’t satisfy me. I’ve been there many times and it’s no fun not being able to be part of the grand finals. We’ll see what is going to happen in the future … I don’t know, I don’t know. I have a lot to think about, to be honest. I still have a lot to think about personally, how to continue with basketball … We still have a lot to think about,” were the closing words of LeBron James at the press conference after being eliminated in the Western Conference finals, where his LA Lakers were swept 4-0 by Denver.

Top scorer in history before the decision

It has been before LeBron James revealed the same thoughts in the first televised interview for ESPN, where he asked the question if he will still be a Jezernik next season. James has two years remaining on his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, with the second season being his option or fulfilling it.

With his words, the 38-year-old from Akron, Ohio quickly overshadowed a broom and the outstanding performance of Nikola Jokić and the entire Zlati zrn team, which won Denver the first major final in the club’s history.

All the journalists and analysts present quickly wondered if the best scorer in the history of the NBA would really say goodbye to the infamous brooms?

Retirement and return to his son’s team in a year?

It’s right at the end of the press conference Bleacher Report on the basis of sources from around the legendary basketball player, he also suggested a possible scenario. Throughout the season, LeBron James has been talking about his great personal desire to play together with his eldest son, Bronny.

Bronny James is the 18-year-old eldest son of LeBron.  The 191 cm defender will play in the college league for the USC Trojans next season.  In February, ESPN had him ranked No. 10 in the fantasy draft, raising plenty of dust.  If his father really retires, an additional raise for his son is expected

A potential if scenario quickly crystallized across the pond LeBron James it really won’t be Jezernik in the second season. Officially retiring from the sport and taking a year off to regain strength while following my son Bronny at the University of Southern California. It will be in June 2024 Bronny James went to the NBA draft, where he is predicted to be selected among the first ten talents.

Whoever chooses Bronny will then have an extraordinary opportunity to sign LeBron’s father and fulfill his big wish. Since the 2024/25 season is the player’s choice in the contract with the LA Lakers, James could return to the floor unhindered in a good year, even if he now decides to retire from sports.

Source: Rtvslo

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