The Warriors sent an offer to the Lakers to own LeBron James, which was an exchange agreement

LeBron James’ future with the Los Angeles Lakers is surrounded by a lot of questions. As a result some teams, including the Golden State Warriors, could take their shot at trading for one of the greatest players to ever pick up a basketball.

In a trade proposed by Bleacher Report’s Dan Favale, the Warriors send Jonathan Kuminga, Kevon Looney, Brandin Podziemski, Andrew Wiggins, and a handful of first-round picks to the Lakers in exchange for LeBron.

“Golden State can try negotiating a more favorable opportunity cost if it’s feeling heat-checky. After all, these talks only transpire if LeBron leverages the Lakers into a trade,” Favale writes. “But the Warriors aren’t surviving such a blockbuster with Kuminga or Podz still on the roster. They should consider themselves lucky that LeBron’s clout might spare them from adding in Moses Moody and Trayce Jackson-Davis. And if Golden State has to include either or both, it should.”

Trading for a player like James would cost an arm and a leg, but he is one of the few players in the league that would be worth a price tag as big as that.

LeBron is turning 40 years old this December, but he is showing absolutely no signs of slowing down. He averaged just over 25 points per game and shot over 40 percent from three for the first time in his 21-year career.

James has said in the past that he would love to team up with Stephen Curry before he retires, and the Warriors could be one big move away from making that a reality.

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