5 reasons LeBron James might not win another NBA title

LeBron James has had better weeks.

Last Monday, he and his Cleveland Cavaliers were eliminated in Game 5 of the NBA Finals by the Golden State Warriors. This Monday, LeBron watched as his general manager, David Griffin, parted ways with the Cavs — just hours after reports that Cleveland was trying to find a way to acquire either Paul George or Jimmy Butler.

At 32 years old, with his future with the Cavaliers in doubt and facing a Western Conference goliath that’s only going to get stronger, LeBron is at a crossroads. He still has a stranglehold on the Eastern Conference, and he’ll be back in the NBA Finals next June to try to add to his 3-8 record with a championship on the line.

There’s no guarantee that the King will win another ring before he’s all said and done. In fact, here are five reasons his championship-winning days could be over.

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