The Cleveland Cavaliers have been in the spotlight this offseason, and for all the wrong reasons. After what seemed as a failed attempt at keeping Cavs GM David Griffin and the confirmation that Kyrie Irving trade talks have started, reports have again winded that LeBron James is on his way out of Cleveland again.

Several sources have confirmed the rumors, suggesting he is leaving after the upcoming season. This leads many to think he could still be heading out to Los Angeles.

King James leaving Cavs after 2017 NBA season

When talk of LBJ leaving Cleveland came out, it was quickly eclipsed by reports that his teammate and four-time All Star, Kyrie Irving, wanted out of the team.

This has sparked speculations that the Eastern Conference champions are starting to abandon ship and that the 2016 NBA Champions roster may fall apart sooner.

According to NBA reporter Chris Sheridan, a source close to the situation revealed that LeBron will only be suiting up for the remainder of his contract with Cavs. After the upcoming 2017 NBA Season, King James will be leaving his hometown team.

Fans may remember James' "The Decision" in 2010 when he left Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. Joining Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, James helped the Heat win two consecutive titles in 2012 and 2013.

He then returned to The Land in 2014, telling fans his calling in Cleveland is "above basketball."

Adding confusion to the LeBron James trade talks is another set of sources who say there is no truth to the reports that James is already bent on leaving after this season. Sam Amico of Fox Sports also took to Twitter to deny the rumors, saying there is "no truth" to the claims.

Chris Broussard supported Amico's report, adding that the four-time MVP will not be making a decision on his future "before the end of season." Should James decide to transfer to another team, it will be his third team in 14 years.

The Lakers and LeBron?

While confusion on whether or not LBJ is headed out of Cleveland continues, several possible destinations have already been thrown into the talks. One team that has been consistent in the rumors is the Los Angeles Lakers. Previous reports have hinted that the Ohio-based athlete's agent Rich Paul has already been in contact with the Lakers for a possible move.

Should the Lakers trade push through, James may play side-by-side with NBA's newest star, Lonzo Ball. The no. 2 pick in the NBA Draft might be making the headlines because of his father, LaVar Ball, but his passing skills are impressive. Ball playing alongside James will definitely make his star shine brighter, as the forward is known for bringing out the best in his teammates.