Not really a bold prediction, but an observation:
The more I think about it, the more I'm convinced that if LeBron James wants to move to win more titles, the best place for him to go is not LA, nor Philadelphia. It's not even Houston.
Think about it for a second. . .
Utah has a budding superstar in Donovan Mitchell. He could be his "Kyrie Irving".
That team fits him to a tee. A starting lineup of Mitchell, Royce O'Neale, LeBron James, Derrick Favors and Rudy Gobert is as talented as it come.
Utah is already a defensive stalwart. Nothing to worry about as far as defending.
Utah has a very good coach, something he has never had in his entire NBA career.
Utah has the necessary contracts to move to pull a sign and trade/create cap room without breaking up their main core. They could trade Ricky Rubio and Joe Ingles, whose trade value may have risen because of their performances this season. They can move Alec Burks' $11 million deal relatively easy (one year left on his deal, relatively young to take a chance on).
They'll have a competent bench. Dante Exum, Thabo Sefolosha, Jae Crowder, Jonas Jerebko. They'll have the 21st pick in a deep draft. I think they'll be under the luxury tax even with him on the payroll, which gives them the full $8+ million MLE.
The only dropoff with this is, well, it's Utah.
But really, what better team is out there that can offer this much for LeBron?
Edit: The DKC guys think that renouncing Favors and keeping Ingles is a better way to do it. I agree.