Magic Johnson, LeBron James

Magic Johnson spend these NBA playoffs using Twitter to provide is own post-game analysis. On Sunday night, the Lakers great sent out a suggestive tweet suggesting James could, or should, opt out of his contract and leave Cleveland this summer.

James caused a stir earlier this season when he said he still wants to play part of his career with "The Brotherhood" of James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony. Teams including the Lakers and Clippers have been considered as potential destinations for these aging superstars.

Johnson, a part-owner of the Dodgers, owned a share of the Lakers from 1994-2010. Even after selling his minority stake, Johnson had retained his title as an unpaid vice president. He stepped down from that title last week, and the Lakers noted Johnson's social media comments are no longer reflective on the team.

But is Johnson hinting at James making a move to L.A.? Is this Magic's way of trying to recruit James to the Lakers?

Here's the rest of Johnson's Twitter analysis:

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