Since LeBron's season has officially come to a (merciful) end, we can start speculating about next year.
Here is what one oddsmaker thinks about LeBron's destination:
Lakers +200Rockets +220Cavaliers +35076ers +350Celtics +1000Spurs +1200Warriors +2000Clippers +2000Heat +3300
In any case, wherever he ends up he'll still be the same premier fantasy asset--or will he? He'll be 34 years old by the end of 2019 and will be coming off a season in which he played a whopping 104 games.
He's also entering the offseason nicked up, as you'd expect:
LeBon James had two MRIs on his right hand after punching a blackboard after Game 1 of the Finals, according to Brian Windhorst and Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com.
His hand was supposedly too swollen for the first MRI to provide any results. A second one at a later time found that it was a bone contusion in his right hand. Surgery is not expected for James. He has also been wearing a soft cast on his right hand and was wearing it at his postgame presser after Game 4 on Friday. He said he "pretty much played the last three games with a broken hand." We'll continue to monitor the status of his hand as well as his free agency decision this summer. LeBron said a lot has changed since his last free agency decision. He talked about his kids being older and that he'll sit down with his family and make a decision. Jun 9 - 12:52 AM
Source: Brian Windhorst on Twitter