LeBron James is trying to win an NBA Championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers in his eighth straight trip to the NBA Finals. However, while the Cavs are down to the Golden State Warriors two games to one, the talk is still centered around whether or not LeBron is staying with the Cavaliers in the 2018-19 NBA season or whether he is leaving for greener pastures. The original rumors before this season even began was that James would leave Cleveland at the end of the year and possibly head to the Los Angeles Lakers, where he would build a new superteam.

ESPN senior NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported that LeBron and Paul George have plans to meet up about a possible union for next season.

King James and PG13

The idea of LeBron James and Paul George teaming up in the 2018-19 NBA season is not new news. However, LeBron is always tight-lipped on what he is planning in the future and won't tell anyone. With that said, Adrian Wojnarowski is a trusted reporter and he is almost always correct when he brings his reports to ESPN. While LeBron doesn't talk, that doesn't mean George won't or someone close to PG13 won't.

The question then comes to where the two will play if they do team up -- and who else they might bring with them. If they team up with the Cleveland Cavaliers, it could create a team that can beat anyone.

Adding Paul George, who can opt out of his Oklahoma City Thunder contract and become a free agent, to LeBron James and Kevin Love could make the Cavs even better than they were with Kyrie Irving.

What if LeBon leaves Cleveland Cavaliers?

The big rumors are still that LeBron James wants to play in Los Angeles -- but he previously made it clear he did not want to play for the Los Angeles Clippers.

If LeBron and Paul George go to the Los Angeles Lakers this year, the team will have to rid itself of some of its biggest young stars, selling out their future to win now.

With that said, there is no way that LeBron James joins Paul George and Russell Westbrook with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder could pull it off financially but LeBron is too big for Oklahoma City.

Of course, there is also the Philadelphia 76ers, but there is little chance they would want both LeBron James and Paul George since they already have Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid and Markelle Fultz. Honestly, if the LeBron-PG13 team-up happens in the 2018-19 NBA season, expect it to be with the Los Angeles Lakers or the Cleveland Cavaliers.