If you're hoping LeBron James decides to stay in Cleveland, you may not want to listen to NBA analyst Chris Broussard. The veteran NBA reporter with Fox and FS 1 joined Stan Jackson and me on "The Drive" on 105.7, The Zone Wednesday afternoon and gave the Cavs only a five to ten percent chance of keeping LeBron because of their lack of roster flexibility. The good news is, Broussard admits, he and other analysts really don't know what LeBron is thinking.
"Anybody who tells you they know (where LeBron James is going) is guessing," Broussard said. "LeBron James is going to make this decision himself. He'll obviously consult his family, he'll consult his agent Rich Paul and his business manager Maverick Carter but ultimately, regardless of their opinion, he is going to do what he wants to do."
Broussard said his gut feeling is that James is headed west to the L.A. Lakers. In addition where LeBron may land we also discussed James legacy, the GOAT (Greatest Of All Time) conversation, the importance of NBA titles and more. It was an interesting conversation. You can check it out here.