Summary of “LeBron James Could Form the Superteam to End All Superteams in Houston”

There’s a new contender in the LeBron James sweepstakes.
With Los Angeles in the midst of another disappointing season, chatter about LeBron going to Houston has been growing around the league.
James Harden would be the best player LeBron has ever played with.
Dwyane Wade’s prime years playing with LeBron James were beset by injury, and Kyrie Irving had yet to enter his in Cleveland.
In 15 seasons in the NBA, LeBron has averaged fewer than 37 minutes per game only twice.
LeBron may be able to build a superteam with some combination of Paul, Paul George, and DeMarcus Cousins, but the Lakers wouldn’t have the money to sign any role players.
LeBron in Houston is way scarier for Golden State than anything he could do in Los Angeles.
The NBA needs someone who can challenge them, and LeBron has only so many years left that he can play at his current level.

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