I figured this would be a big time thread- and right now the conversations are across a number of them. My opinion is that his MOST Likely avenue is staying in Cleveland- but that is under a 50% probability. Right now this is what my percentages are- and they are of course subject to a million things that could change before now and the beginning of July 1. Cleveland Cavaliers: 35% 2. Los Angeles Lakers: 25% 3. Philadelphia 76'ers: 20% 4. Houston Rockets: 20% If just pure going for a ring is most important to him- it will be Houston. He will force his way there and they will move mountains to get him. If he says- I want to go there. He will get there. If he wants to stay in the East- and be on a team that is very talented- but could use his leadership- he will go to Philly. If he wants to try and shake things up and make a big story out of it- he will go to LA If he wants to protect his legacy he will stay in Cleveland. If he stays with Cleveland, and Cleveland can bring in a solid player on the MLE, and a solid player with the trade of the #8 pick- this is a very solid option for him. It depends what they can add. If they can say, add a good 3 and D wing on the mid level thats ring hunting, and a player like McCollum with the pick. I think he stays in Cleveland. If the Lakers can pull off getting 2 max players- by signing LeBron and George, and then say trading some of their young guys for a third max player- the Lakers become an option. If PG resigns in OKC you can take the Lakers off the table. If Philly fires Colangelo and hires Griffin I think all of a sudden they get a leg up. LeBron likes and respects Griffin and it would give him a connection to Philly and a little bit of cover as to not look like a mercenary. If he wants to simply win and win big then going to Houston is the play. I dont think LeBron wants to share the ball that much though- and even if he wins a title there- does it really improve his legacy that much winning with Harden and CP3? If he wants to share the load with other true superstars this is the way to go.