The "Summer of LeBron" continues.
LeBron James reportedly told the Cavaliers that he will option out of the final year of his contract and become an unrestricted free agent on Friday, and now we have to wait as he makes "Decision 3.0."
While speculation is at an all-time high as to what team the four-time MVP will land next, there's also speculation as to where James is making his decision, which could ultimately alter the landscape of the NBA.
According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, James is consulting with his advisors and closest friends in what they've nicknamed "The Decision Cave."
"He's planning on having a meeting with his closest advisors and friends. I believe, you know, he's still in the Caribbean, and I believe that his friends have come there and they're gonna huddle there. They have what they call 'The Decision Cave,'" Windhorst reported.
"His agent Rich Paul is in Los Angeles, he's got other free agents that he's got to deal with, but his closest friends will get together in 'The Decision Cave.'"
It seems pretty obvious that "The Decision Cave" is not a literal term, but Windhorst had to clarify later that James isn't in an actual cave.
Instead, he's mulling his future in a beachfront villa on the Caribbean island of Anguilla, according to TMZ. Apparently it costs $75,000 a week this time of year, per the property's website. More photos of the luxury place are featured here.
Despite Windhorst's clarification that James isn't in an actual cave, fans were quick to share their interpretation of "The Decision Cave."