Fans make ‘LeBron James to Los Angeles’ shirts before 2018 NBA All-Star Game
After this season is over, one of the most followed stories of the NBA off-season will be watching LeBron James and exactly where he is going.
There are rumors that the Los Angeles Lakers are one of the teams on the radar if he decides to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers.
With the All-Star game taking place in Los Angeles, some fans have taken this opportunity to try and get James to sign with one of the teams in LA.
“LeBron to LA” bootleg t-shirts selling outside Staples Center before the NBA All-Star Game pic.twitter.com/iWjzvPDnbc
— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) February 18, 2018
They have shirts with LeBron’s famous logo in the colors of the Lakers and the Clippers. Although it has been reported that he won’t sign with the Clippers, some fans are still dreaming that could be a possibility.
All of these teams hoping to get LeBron might have their dreams crushed before they even have a chance to get them really up.
The Cavaliers made trades at the deadline to make the team younger and to get more athletic shooters around LeBron James, something that he has been hoping to have for a while.
If this team can be competitive and make the finals and if James feels like they are only one or two pieces away from another championship, he might stick around with the hometown team.
But if he decides to leave, it sounds like the Lakers have as good of a chance as anyone to sign him, so these shirts being sold in Los Angeles this weekend can’t hurt the cause.