The 2017-18 NBA season is almost at its conclusive end, with the Cleveland Cavaliers in a 3-0 hole to the defending NBA champions. The Golden State Warriors will be hoping to end the series in Game 4 at the Quicken Loans Arena, meanwhile, The Land will be hoping to extend their series and keep their fans chanting "Believeland." Reports by ESPN and the Sun-Sentinel provided most of the details used in this article.

A man who is very familiar with the NBA and friends with the four-time league MVP (LeBron James) is one of his closest friends, Chris Bosh.

Bosh hasn’t appeared in a professional basketball game in a few years due to health issues, and although he is not retired, he is unlikely to appear in any NBA games anytime soon. But Bosh has still been a very active NBA fan and has talked to the media recently. He was asked about LeBron James, the highly speculated free agency offseason that is almost here, and what team the King will likely take his talents to.

Bosh believes Houston will get the King

The Houston Rockets just had their best season in recent history and had the best opportunity they have had in years to get back to the NBA finals for the first time since 1995. They had an incredible season with the best record in the entire league, led by the likely MVP James Harden and All-Star point guard Chris Paul.

With all this success, they fell just one game short of the NBA finals, and just one game short of defeating the powerhouse Golden State Warriors. So with an extra All-Star, and especially with that All-Star being LeBron James, would that be enough for the Rockets to defeat Golden State and whoever comes out of the Eastern Conference?

Bosh thinks so, and he added why he would like to see the King play in Texas. “I would guess that he goes to Houston. It’s like the next Avengers movie. Golden State with like 100 superheroes and then Houston with 100 superheroes, and they fight.”

That would be crazy to see, a Western Conference finals matchup with All-Stars all over the court, and exceptional role players to balance out the rest of the teams.

Championship chasing?

If LeBron James decides to join the Houston Rockets in the offseason, its very clear that he has a goal to win more championships, and hopes to better his legacy. He could join his good friend Chris Paul, a man who he has always wanted to play alongside, and he could also join one of the best players in the league, the bearded one, James Harden. This squad would tear havoc throughout the league and would make a great playoff run. We will just have to wait and see if it happens and if Golden State has finally found their kryptonite.