LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are currently struggling in the 2017 NBA Finals. The reigning champs are down 2-0 to the Golden State Warriors, who went out and added another superstar after the Cavs came back from a 3-1 deficient to beat them in the 2016 finals. Now, in order to keep up with the Warriors, it seems that Cleveland may need to add another piece to their puzzle as well, and it could be in the form of Paul George.

Can the Cavs land PG-13?

The website King James Gospel reveals that there's a possibility that Paul George could be headed to the Cleveland Cavaliers, especially if the Cavs lose to the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 NBA Finals.

While NBA fans are tired of these super teams making the regular season, and much of the play-offs less interesting and entertaining to watch, the Cavs have to find a way to compete, and if they want to win more titles they will have to go through Golden State, who has stacked their team immensely over the last few years. When the Warriors added Kevin Durant last summer, it became clear that there were really only two teams in the league who could compete for a title, and the Cavs need to be able to defeat the Warriors. However, doing so may take yet another major NBA star, and Paul George would be a great fit for the team.

More rings for the king?

Not only would Paul George be in line to win multiple NBA titles with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, but he would also get to be teammates with LeBron, who could become a mentor for the young superstar.

In addition, George would be getting all-stars Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving as teammates as well, which would be a plus for everyone involved. While it may seem like a pipe dream right now, The Cavs have contracts and money to play with if they were seriously interested in making a run at Paul George this off season. Cleveland fans would surely love to see Paul added to the starting lineup, and we can only image the battles that Cleveland and Golden State would have for years to come.

Goodbye Tristan Thompson?

The site claims that trading away Tristan Thompson could be a major part of a deal that could land Paul George in Cleveland. Although Tristan has been a very good player for the Cavs, he has been ineffective during the first two games of the NBA Finals. If Cavs GM David Griffin wants to continue to build his roster, he'll absolutely want to think about a way to try and get PG-13 in The Land for the 2017-2018 season.