LeBron James Reveals Team He Wouldn’t Play For

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is on his third team now. The king of basketball had two stints with the Cleveland Cavaliers separated by a four-year stint with the Miami Heat. He could lead pretty much every team in the NBA, but there’s one particular franchise he’d never join.

The Orlando Magic.

We can definitely understand him on this one. NBA teams had to finish their season inside a bubble in Orlando. LeBron and his Lakers teammates stayed inside the bubble until the very end. He was away from his wife and kids for a few months.

“You gotta understand anytime I hear ‘Orlando’ right now, I get PTSD,” LeBron said on the HBO show The Shop: Uninterrupted, referring to last season’s NBA bubble in Orlando, Florida.

“They have no chance” of getting him in a trade, LeBron said. “I’ll just retire. It’s over with. ‘LeBron’s been traded to Orlando.’ ‘LeBron lives in Malibu.’”

LeBron James has so much to do on his current team

This leads us to the following question. Will LeBron retire in the near future? He won a championship last year and may not be willing to call it a career at this point.

However, former Cleveland Cavaliers teammate Channing Frye believes that LeBron should retire now.

“He can be your facilitator, your guy. You cannot rely on him to give you fifty. You cannot rely on him to give you these crazy triple-doubles,” Frye said on the Talkin’ Blazers podcast. “He’s just had too many miles, the tread is almost off the tire.

“So if Rob [Pelinka] cannot bring him a championship team, Bron, in my opinion, should say ‘Thank you. I had a great career, 18, 19 years in the league… I’m going to retire on top.”

Well, LeBron has so much to offer. He had a MVP season before the injury. If he is not the best player in the NBA in the next few seasons, he will definitely be one of the best. Moreover, LeBron defies Father Time and has yet to show his first signs of aging.