A lot has been said about LeBron James this summer. Will he stay, or will he leave Cleveland again? James has one year left on his current contract with the Cavaliers, before becoming a free-agent in the summer of 2018. It has been speculated a lot over the past few months about his potential departure from Cleveland. The Los Angeles Lakers are mentioned as the possible and probable landing spot for LeBron James in 2018, but all we know for now is that he is a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers for at least one more season. The 2017/2018 season will be the 15th season in the NBA for James and even though he'll turn 33 in December, many believe that he is still the best basketball player in the world.

MVP odds released for next season

MVP odds for the 2017/2018 season were released last week, and Russell Westbrook is the odds-on favorite to win the award again next season. Westbrook was given a 7/2 chance by the online betting website Bovada, and according to Bovada Kevin Durant has a 9/2 chance of winning the MVP next season. Surprisingly or not, Bovada put LeBron James at the fourth spot on their list, giving him a 15/2 chance to win the Most Valuable Player award for the 2017/2018 season. Westbrook won the award last season as he put up amazing stats, averaging 31.6 points, 10.7 rebounds, and 10.4 assists per game for the entire season. It is hard to believe that he can put up those kinds of numbers again next season, especially with Paul George as his teammate.

One other NBA legend also thinks that Westbrook will not be the MVP next season, as he gave LeBron James the advantage.

Iverson picks LeBron James

Allen Iverson was interviewed by a Big3.com reporter on Monday, and he was asked about what he thinks who will be the MVP in 2018. "It can always be LeBron." Iverson said, and continued: "I'll go with LeBron, regardless.

I'll go with LeBron and then it's everybody else. No disrespect to none of those young guys." Iverson obviously believes that James is still the best player in the NBA, even at the age of 32. It's hard to argue that considering the way LeBron James has been playing over the past few years. He played 74 games last season for the Cavaliers and averaged 26.4 points, 8.6 rebounds (career high), and 8.7 assists (career high) per game while shooting 54 percent from the field.

Heading into his fifteenth season in the league, LeBron shows no signs of slowing down. He has already won four league-MVP awards and only three players in the history of the NBA have won it more times than James: Michael Jordan, Bill Russell and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Watch out NBA, James is coming for his fifth MVP next season.