That includes Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
The beach-front university tweeted at King James himself, hoping to catch his attention with a photoshopped picture of him with a TAMUCC jersey.
Last week, ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith recently reported that James plans to speak with six teams aside from the Cavaliers. Those teams include the Philadelphia 76ers, Houston Rockets, Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers, which is widely considered a frontrunner by experts.
At the same time, New York Times writer Marc Stein said that San Antonio's own Gregg Popovich is "bound to try to force his way into the conversation to sell James on the merits of South Texas."
Even if this isn't true, Spurs point guard Dejounte Murray, who has been mentored by James and calls him his big brother, definitely wants Cleveland's best to come to Texas. After the Cavaliers' loss, Murray tweeted a photoshopped picture of James with a Spurs jersey.
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