LeBron James is one of the greatest players to ever play in the NBA and he is undoubtedly the best player in the league right now. After 14 seasons of his professional career, the Cleveland Cavaliers small forward won three championship rings, four MVP awards and he accomplished many more things. James is ranked at the top of most all-time statistical categories and he has a good chance to become the greatest player in the league's history.

The four-time MVP has played for the Cavaliers for the most part of his career, but he also played for the Miami Heat.

James won his first championship in Miami, but he decided to return to Cleveland after four years. Now, James is close to making his fourth straight NBA Finals with the Cavaliers, but he may not stay with the team after this season.

James talks about his future

In a recent interview with GQ, LeBron James talked about many topics. The Cavaliers superstar talked about his criticism of Donald Trump, his son's basketball career, about his life as an African-American in the United States and about his future. Considering that LeBron may decide to leave the Cavaliers next summer, everyone wants to know what his decision will be.

Back in 2010 when James left Cleveland, he decided to announce his free-agency decision during a TV special called "The Decision." While we probably won't get another TV special, James' decision will still be very important and it could change the entire league.

The superstar forward made it clear that he doesn't owe Cleveland anything.

When he was asked about his relationship with Cleveland, the four-time MVP said the following, "LeBron James owes nobody anything. Nobody. When my mother told me I don't owe her anything, from that point in time, I don't owe anybody anything. But what I will give to the city of Cleveland is passion, commitment and inspiration." James added that he represents Cleveland whenever he puts on the jersey and he will continue to inspire the city.

"But I don't owe anybody anything," LeBron concluded.

Will LeBron stay?

James will face a tough decision next summer, there is no doubt about it. While many fans believe he would leave again, one thing that could keep James in Cleveland is winning another championship. This will be difficult to achieve as the Cavaliers will once again be underdogs, but they will at least stand a chance next year.

Since his return to Cleveland, LeBron has won one championship, but he lost twice in the NBA Finals. Last year, it was especially bad as the Golden State Warriors were simply unstoppable. However, Cleveland improved the roster this offseason and they will have a decent chance of winning it all. If they fail again, they will probably have to say goodbye to their best player once again.