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Published on June 30th, 2018 | by Landon Buford


LeBron Watch 2018: Sports analyst tracks LeBron James’s Plane Auguilla to LA. Will he sign with Lakers?

On Thursday It was reported by Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson that there was 95 percent chance that LeBron James would be headed to Los Angeles contingent on what the Spurs were willing to do with Kawhi Leonard.

“I’m 95% sure that LeBron James will sign with the Los Angeles Lakers,” my source told me by phone last Friday afternoon. Said Robinson. He would continue by stating The 5% still remaining is contingent upon what happens with Kawhi Leonard who is still under contract with the San Antonio Spurs.

On Thursday night  ESPN’s own Ramona Shelburne and Adrian Wojnarowski reported last night that the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers had begun exploratory trade talks.

LeBron James’ move to Los Angeles Lakers is “95% realistic,” I’m told. Look out for my story later today at @BBallSociety_ #Lakers #LeBronWatch2018

— Brandon Robinson (@ScoopB) June 28, 2018

In his latest reporting, Robinson states that a source at the Hopkins Airport in Cleveland and is also a registered pilot. Has confirmed that James is said to be on a plane from Anguilla to Van Nuys, CA. Van Nuys, CA is about half hour from the Staples Center and the same distance from Dwayne Wade’s Winery. It is looking more and more that James will be in a Lakers uniform next season, but we will have to see.

According to Tarek Fattal of LA Daily News in Los Angeles, LeBron James has landed at Van Nuys’ airport.


Stay tuned and we will keep you updated on all the latest LeBron news as it comes in.

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