LeBron James considering 2020 Olympics because of Gregg Popovich

Cavaliers star LeBron James has not ruled out playing for the United States under head coach Gregg Popovich at the 2020 Olympic Games.

Spurs boss Popovich will lead Team USA in Tokyo after replacing Mike Krzyzewski following the 2016 Games.

And Popovich’s presence could be enough to tempt three-time NBA champion James — who sat out Rio 2016 — to play in the Japanese capital, when he will be 35 years old.

In an extensive interview with ESPN, Wade opened up about whether he would continue to play in Chicago. After all, he signed a two-year deal this offseason, but he has an opt-out clause after this season should he want to go elsewhere.

“I can’t play this game forever. I just turned 35 and I have a number in my head how long I want to play. At the end of the day, you want to be in a situation where it’s a competitor situation, whatever the case may be. It’s tough in this league as well because a lot of that also depends on how much money you’re willing to make. It depends on what city you’re willing to be in. So it’s a lot of variables to that, but no question about it, what happens throughout this year, as I go into my summer, I’ll definitely take a look at it. I take my career seriously and where I am and where I want to be. And I will do the same thing this summer.”

Wade notes he doesn’t want to be a ring chaser in the sense of lowering his worth to a team. He brought up David West, who gave up several million dollars in order to play for San Antonio last season (now with the Warriors).

While he doesn’t plan on completely diminishing his market value, he does want to New England Patriots Cheap Jerseys join a team that will be competitive throughout the year, rather than a team that settles around Nike Cheap Jerseys the .500 mark.

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