What will happen with LeBron James, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard in NBA free agency? And who are the early favorites for the next NBA title, MVP and Rookie of the Year?
We polled the ESPN Forecast panel of experts for their votes on what's next.
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Which team will LeBron James play for in 2018-19?
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Which team will Paul George play for in 2018-19?
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Which team will Kawhi Leonard start the 2018-19 season with?
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Which team will Kawhi Leonard finish the 2018-19 season with?
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Chances LeBron James, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard are all on the Lakers at some point next season?
Our panel puts the chances of this star trio coming together as Los Angeles Lakers at 21 percent, with answers ranging from 0 percent all the way up to 50 percent.
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Will DeMarcus Cousins be on the Pelicans' roster next season?
Yes: 57.6 percent | No: 42.4 percent
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Will Carmelo Anthony be on the Thunder's roster next season?
Yes: 63.6 percent | No: 36.4 percent
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Other than Golden State and Houston, which team will be the top title contender next season?
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Who will be the best player to change teams before the 2018-19 season?
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Who will win the 2018-19 NBA MVP award?
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Who will win the 2018-19 NBA Rookie of the Year award?
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Will LeBron James' 2018-19 team also be the team he'll stay with for the rest of his career?
Yes: 33.3 percent | No: 66.7 percent
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