Source: Nuggets aggressively pursuing meeting with free agent LeBron James

LeBron James has no shortage of teams that are interested in his services. (AP)The Denver Nuggets are aggressively pursuing a meeting with star free-agent forward LeBron James, a league source told Yahoo Sports, hoping to convince James that Denver's talent makes the Nuggets an ideal short-term fit. Denver has been in contact with James' agent, Rich Paul, and has doggedly tried to position the team as James' best option, the source said. A Jokic-James pairing would instantly make Denver one of the best playmaking teams in the league. The Nuggets also have Jamal Murray, a rising star who transitioned to point guard last season and averaged 16.7 points.

Nuggets pursuing LeBron James in free agency

1:46pm NBA free agency rumors: Nuggets pursuing LeBron James after new deals with Nikola Jokic, Will Barton The Nuggets know it's a long shot, but after agreeing to terms with Nikola Jokic and Will Barton, Denver wants to meet with LeBron James. Add the Nuggets to the long list of NBA teams that will pursue LeBron James. Now that the Nuggets have agreed to terms with center Nikola Jokic and guard Will Barton, it appears Denver has its eyes on LeBron James. With Jokic and Barton on board, the Denver Nuggets will turn their attention to one more free agent: LeBron James. The Nuggets signed Jokic on a five-year, $147 million deal and Barton on a four-year, $53 million contract to start free agency Sunday morning.

Nuggets pursuing LeBron James in free agency

College football recruits give LeBron James free agency announcement tips

As it stated in 8 star college recruits on how LeBron James should announce his decision this time Another televised special or first-person magazine article? A pep rally in his high school gym? Soonish, LeBron James will rock the sports world by announcing where he'll play basketball in the 2018-19 season. Definitely college football recruits, who are known for announcing their school choices in myriad creative ways after dramatic recruiting processes. Of course, high school going to college isn't something small either, but you know, LeBron, he's on the big stage.

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