LeBron James has been a free agent for just 12 hours and NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that he has already made his decision on who he will sign with this offseason. Nick Wright of Fox Sports followed up and commented that "Woj" is always "100% correct" and they have the exact same news for fans. It looks like LeBron has found a new home in the NBA and his agents are in Los Angeles working out a deal right now for the NBA superstar. However. from the sound of it, James will not sign with either team that fans expected and predicted [VIDEO] heading into NBA free agency.

The Cavaliers and Lakers

The two biggest teams that LeBron James looked like he was going to play for was either his Cleveland Cavaliers or the prestigious Los Angeles Lakers.

The Cavs have made it to four straight NBA Finals appearance with LeBron and have won one title with him coming back home to the team that drafted him.

The Los Angeles Lakers, on the other hand, are one of the most successful teams in NBA history. The team has won 16 NBA Championships and 31 Conference titles. They have some of the biggest names in NBA history playing for the team, with 11 retired numbers over their career. Plus, Magic Johnson has taken leadership of the team and really wants to make a splash in free agency.

Paul George, Chris Paul and Kawhi Leonard

The idea for the Los Angeles Lakers fans was to bring in LeBron James and Paul George and create their own super team. That was spoiled last night when George announced at Russell Westbrook's lakeside party that he was staying with the Oklahoma City Thunder with a reported four-year, $137 million contract.

Meanwhile, Chris Paul re-signed with the Houston Rockets on a max deal, with four years and $160 million in money. The Lakers also wanted to possibly trade for Kawhi Leonard, who reportedly reached out [VIDEO] to LeBron James about playing together. With Kevin Durant re-inking with the Golden State Warriors, LeBron saw he was running behind.

Philadelphia 76ers

With that said, Adrian Wojnarowski reported that LeBron James' agents are in Los Angeles right now but they are not meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers. Instead, they are in town talking to representatives of the Philadelphia 76ers. The report states that LeBron is not at the meeting but will announce his decision by Tuesday.

This could be a game-changer. The Philadelphia 76ers finished the 2017-18 NBA season with a 52-30 record, third best in the Eastern Conference and two games ahead of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. If LeBron joins the 76ers, they will move ahead of the Toronto Raptors and possibly Boston Celtics to become the favorite to win the Eastern Conference in 2018-19.