Despite coming off a very disappointing season, LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers aren't looking to end their partnership. While speaking on ESPN's Get Up, Brian Windhorst said that James and Lakers governor Jeanie Buss are "in a good place right now."

James believes that Los Angeles has the ability to get back into contention as soon as next season. There had been some rumors that the two sides could consider parting ways, but that doesn't seem to be under any kind of consideration from either party.

“From what I understand, LeBron and Jeanie are in a good place right now that despite the frustrations of this season LeBron believes that a few tweaks and some health can actually turn this thing around, and they can be super competitive,” Windhorst said. “He is invested, wants to be there.”