With the Cleveland Cavaliers eliminated from the playoffs, the question on everyone's mind is where LeBron James is going to land. Will he remain in Cleveland? Or leave town for New York? Chicago? Miami? Nobody knows right now, perhaps not even James.
But that isn't going to stop the speculation from spreading like wildfire. The rumor surfacing now is whether James and Kentucky Wildcats basketball coach John Calipari will be a package deal this summer.
Calipari denied rumors that he was leaving on twitter last Friday, but the Chicago Tribune reports that NBA power broker William Wesley is trying to sell the package deal to franchises like Chicago and New Jersey.
However, a source tells ESPN that the Bulls front office has not had any discussions about bringing in Calipari to lure King James. ESPN also reported that a source close to Wesley said he had not contacted any teams about the "package deal."
The Bulls, Cavs, Clippers, Knicks and Nets are the teams seen as most likely to make a huge push for James this summer. As expected, James hasn't commented on whether he will stay in Cleveland or sign with another team. The Summer Of LeBron officially begins on July 1.
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