LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have really caught their stride in recent weeks, winning 13 straight, including last night's 101-95 victory against the Sacramento Kings. The Cavs are now 18-7 on the season and sitting in second place in the Eastern Conference just a few games back of the Boston Celtics.

Despite Cleveland's stellar play of late, and the fact that Isaiah Thomas will soon be added to the lineup, LeBron's looming free agency is still cause for concern for many Cavs fans.

The general belief around the league is that LeBron will leave Cleveland after this season to play for the Los Angeles Lakers. Adding more fuel to the fire, LeBron reportedly just bought another home in Los Angeles, a $23 million mansion, according to TMZ.

The 15,846 square foot pad, located in the affluent Brentwood neighborhood, was built in 2017 and features a number of amenities that you'd expect for a king, including eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a theater room, wine cellar, rooftop terrace with elevator access, a cigar room with air purifying technology and an onyx bar, just to name a few.

LeBron already bought a $21 million home in Los Angeles a couple of years ago so this certainly doesn't guarantee he's preparing for a move to the West Coast, but it also doesn't do anything to quiet the rumors that he'll be playing home games at Staples Center next season.