The offseason rumor mill is in full swing after the 2022-23 NBA season wrapped, and a new report is making the rounds involving LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers.

LeBron James may be growing ‘frustrated' with superstar teammate Anthony Davis and is over their pairing together. This comes from CBS Sports NBA Insider Bill Reiter during an appearance on CBS Sports' “The Zach Gelb Show.”

“There is a power struggle going on between LeBron and GM Rob Pelinka… I think LeBron is over AD, and there's a non-zero chance he could get dealt this offseason.”

Of course, this is a far-fetched take from the insider, and he clarified it as such, giving it a “3 percent chance of happening.” Just because LeBron is “over it” doesn't mean he will get every demand he wants. But it is important to note the psyche of his camp as he enters one of the final years of his career.

It would make sense for James to be feeling this way, as Davis has struggled to stay healthy throughout his Lakers tenure. Davis missed 36 games throughout the 2020-21 campaign, and the Lakers bowed out in the first round of the postseason. Davis followed that up by missing 42 more games the next season, which contributed to the Lakers missing the playoffs entirely.

He missed 26 more games in the past season, but L.A. still rallied after his return to make it to the Western Conference Finals. Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets proved too much in the end, and the Lakers bowed out after a solid run. Davis will be in his final year of a five-year max contract next season, and it remains to be seen if he will finish strong with James.

LeBron's name has also been swirling around in the mix with several other rumors regarding potential future teammates, including his friend Chris Paul. The Phoenix Suns shockingly traded Paul to the Washington Wizards as part of the Bradley Beal deal, and it didn't take long for the speculation to begin about CP3 joining the Lakers.

LeBron and Chris Paul are great friends who have never had the chance to play together. With both in the late stages of their storied careers, the Lakers may certainly make a push to sign Paul if the Wizards waive him.