The Los Angeles Lakers are likely to make a run at premier free agents in the summer of 2018. The question is who? The team has been linked to LeBron James. The team has also been mentioned as Paul George's preferred destination. Let's add another tandem to the list. What about a package deal of John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins to make a super-Super Team?

The likelihood of this happening?

Think of this potential lineup that featured Wall, Cousins, and Paul George. Wall has not signed his super max deal with the Washington Wizards right now. Plus, the team is in salary cap hell after re-signing Otto Porter Jr.

The Wizards are not going to be able to sign another superstar to pair with Wall. This makes it interesting for what the Wizards could do in the future.

Wall is not set to be a free agent until the summer of 2019. The Lakers already have a point guard in Lonzo Ball, so playing time would have to be divided up. However, if you had the choice between a rookie and a proven All Star point guard, who are you going to choose.

The tricky part

James and Wall are both represented by the same agent. James has been rumored to be leaving Cleveland after this season. The team would have to trade for Wall and give up a player like Brandon Ingram or Ball in return. Next, the Lakers would have to persuade Cousins, James, and George to take less than the max.

For James and George, it may not be too hard if they both see that they can have a chance to win a championship.

The rest of the scenario would mean that the Lakers would have to find a way to dump Luol Deng's contract. Plus, the team would have to find a new home for Brook Lopez as he is likely not going to play a backup position.

They would have to renounce the rights to Kentavious Caldwell-Pope unless he were to take less money to stay. There are a lot of moving parts to this equation, but if Magic Johnson pulled this off, then the year's of losing might have been worth it.

Package deal

Regardless of where everyone goes, Wall and Cousins could be a package deal.

There's a real possibility that Wall could be on the trade market this season if the Wizards feel that he will bolt in a year. Cousins and Wall played a year at the University of Kentucky together and stay in touch. According to The Ringer's Bill Simmons, he feels that Wall and Cousins will collaborate to find a new team together. The idea of a super-super team will make it an interesting fight against the Golden State Warriors.