LeBron James is having another sensational season and the Cleveland Cavaliers are once again one of the top teams in the NBA. After a horrible start of the season, the Cavaliers managed to bounce back and claim one of the top seeds in the conference. However, it is obvious that the success of the team depends on LeBron James, and there is too much pressure on him every single game.

James has played for two different NBA teams in his career: the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Miami Heat. However, it wouldn't be surprising if the four-time MVP decides to go to another team next summer, and even another conference.

It is important to note that LeBron won't necessarily be a free agent next year. He has a player option worth $35.6 million for the next year, and if he declines it, he will become a free agent. According to NBA executives, the Cavaliers small forward has a real chance of signing with the Houston Rockets.

LeBron James in Houston

Houston Rockets are the best team in the league at this moment. Their 20-4 record puts them ahead of the Boston Celtics and the Golden State Warriors, and the Rockets also rank first in point differential. On average, Houston outscored opponents by 11.2 points per game.

The Rockets are currently on a nine-game winning streak and they simply can't lose with Chris Paul. The point guard has played amazing basketball so far this season, and his backcourt partner, James Harden, is having an all-time great season.

LeBron James would be a perfect addition to the team, so if the Cavaliers don't win it all this season, we might see him sign with the Rockets. Just like Harden and Paul, LeBron is unselfish, he's a fantastic ball distributor, and he's an amazing scorer. The James-Paul-Harden core would probably make the Rockets a favorite to win a championship, and we all know that LeBron wants to win as many championships as possible.

NBA executives think Houston could sign LeBron

According to USA Today's Sam Amick, some NBA executives believe that the Houston Rockets could sign LeBron James next summer. While this wouldn't be an easy task, Rockets general manager Daryl Morey could probably figure something out to put the amazing trio together.

If the Houston Rockets advance to the conference finals and play well against the Warriors, there is no doubt that James will find them interesting. We would all like to see how good LeBron would be in the West, so maybe we will get that opportunity next year.