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Kristopher Love | 10 June, 2018, 07:42

LeBron James was so monstrous both years, even in eventual defeat, that there were various points in those two series when he had voters contemplating whether to pick him as the Most Valuable Player of the finals.

Asked about the Super Team trend after practice on Thursday, James' current teammate Kevin Love went down a similar - albeit less specific - road.

Now that the Cleveland Cavaliers are in a 3-0 hole vs. the Golden State Warriors, the rumors about where LeBron James will play next season is the new hot subject. They could follow the blueprint the Houston Rockets used to compete against the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.

The Philadelphia 76ers are the best team that can sign a free agent to a max salary contract. Of course, thanks to an array of well-chronicled Cavaliers missteps, James would become the first player in NBA Finals history to post a 50-point game and still lose.

James has won three National Basketball Association titles and three Finals MVP awards.

James could stay in Cleveland, who can potentially improve this offseason.

They'd have to get creative en route to acquiring James, and it'd nearly certainly require cooperation from Cleveland, who'd have to execute a sign-and-trade.

Certain teams that have made a case on signing James in the upcoming free agency include but are not only limited to the Boston Celtics, Houston Rockets, and the San Antonio Spurs. "So we come back here and we get the minds and we build a championship team".

One of the teams that have routinely been mentioned as a possible landing spot over the last several months is the Los Angeles Lakers, and that has only gained more steam the closer free agency has drawn.

James to the Lakers has always been hot rumor throughout this season, as many expect him to leave Cleveland as soon as the season comes to an end.