LeBron James is on the hot seat of NBA rumors. His recent message on Twitter sparked many speculations about his plans for the next season. Recent reports reveal that next year, LeBron James may be leaving Cleveland Cavaliers to sign up with Los Angeles Lakers.

LeBron James is the recognized leader of the Cleveland Cavaliers. After he made his comeback in Cleveland in 2014, he immediately made the Cavs a contender. He helped the franchise appear in three consecutive NBA Finals from 2014-2017 and win its first NBA Championship trophy in 2016. But their recent loss to the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals might have shown their weakness and lack of depth on their roster.

James leaving Cleveland again?

The Cavaliers and the Warriors have met in three NBA Finals in three consecutive seasons. Out of those three meetings, the Warriors have won two. Many believed that the acquisition of the Warriors to Kevin Durant last year has benefited them. And it shows when Golden State easily beat Cleveland in five games in the last NBA Finals.

With that, an earlier report has come out that if the Cavs will fail to improve and augment their roster this upcoming season, LeBron James will most likely leave Cleveland once again and take his talent somewhere else in 2018. He is alleged will head to the West and joins the Los Angeles Lakers.

LeBron James to Lakers?

Previous reports have already linked LeBron James to the Los Angeles Lakers after his wife, Savannah has expressed the desire to live in LA full time.

LeBron is not new on changing teams. He once left Cleveland in 2010 and signed up with the Miami to join forces with good friends Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. Now, many are saying that LeBron could be heading in that same direction once again.

According to Hoops Hype, LeBron recently posted a tweet calling Los Angeles his "home" in response to Jamal Crawford, who invited him to play in a pick-up game in Seattle.

Though it is true that James has a mansion house in Los Angeles, rumors of signing with the Lakers next year grew immensely based on the word his choose.

Furthermore, LeBron James wearing a purple and gold jersey is not far from happening, according to New York Post. After a Finals loss to the Warriors and a tumultuous summer, James is thinking his future. No one can blame the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player of seeking his fourth championship ring before he retires. And he might see that opportunity and his future with the Los Angeles Lakers.