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James headed to Phoenix for $3M/year? Phoenix rumored to trade son, Browney, in first round to keep James

Rumors are spreading that the Phoenix Suns will trade LeBron James’ son, Brownie, in the first round of the NBA Draft to acquire him.

The New York Post and other U.S. media outlets are reporting the rumors, with The Ringer’s Bill Simmons saying on his podcast on Monday (June 18), “There are a lot of rumors floating around about Phoenix right now. I’m just saying it. I don’t know if it’s true or not,” he said, adding, “My guess is that Brownie is going to be taken in the first round, because… 텍사스홀덤사이트 that’s encouraging for Phoenix.”

Phoenix has the No. 22 pick in the first round of the draft.

“I think his agent is pretty confident that he’s going to be drafted in the first round,” Simmons said, adding, “I think Phoenix thinks if they get him, they have a chance to get his dad, LeBron.”

As an exit strategy for his comments, however, Simmons added: “I don’t think LeBron is going to leave L.A.. It’s unlikely,” he added.

If James were to sign with Phoenix, he would give up what is expected to be $150 million over three years and receive less than $3 million per year due to the salary cap.

Brown is rated No. 54 on ESPN’s NBA Draft Big Board. That’s a second-round pick.

He reportedly turned down invitations from other teams and only “showcased” with Phoenix and the Lakers. His unspoken message was that he would go to Phoenix if the Lakers didn’t draft him.

In addition to the Lakers and Phoenix, the Dallas Mavericks are also rumored to be in the running to draft Brown.

With the NBA Draft set to take place on April 27 and 28, Brown’s stock is soaring, regardless of his talent.

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