Believeland – After a demoralizing loss in the 2017 NBA finals, Lebron James and Kyrie Irving both announced that they will opt-out of their current contracts with the Cavaliers and sign with the Warriors during free agency. “My goal is to win titles. Not one, not two, not three… but, like, at least four,” Lebron articulated in his post-game press conference, “I’m taking my talents to Fisherman’s Warf.” Kyrie echoed Lebron, noting that he would gladly take less than a max-deal to join Golden State. “[The Warriors] have some of the best fans in the country, I love their fans,” praised Kyrie. Early rumors also project the Warriors to sign free agents Anthony Davis, Kawhi Leonard, and Michael Jordan.