The Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers discussed a potential trade for LeBron James at the NBA trade deadline.


– The Warriors offered a package that included two future first-round picks, Chris Paul, and Andrew Wiggins for James.

– The Lakers also received inquiries from the Philadelphia 76ers about trading for James.

– James ultimately decided to stay with the Lakers.

– James is eligible to sign a two-year, $97.1 million contract extension with the Lakers.

– The Lakers are also interested in trading Russell Westbrook this offseason.

– The Warriors are focused on building around their young core of players.