On Tuesday, the world will find out where LeBron James will play next summer.

According to Nick Wright of Fox Sports, James has already made the decision and plans to make an official announcement on Tuesday morning.

The news that James' decision has already been made comes as a bit of a surprise, since he hadn't even shown up for his scheduled Sunday meeting with the Philadelphia 76ers when Wright's tweet was sent.

Wright doubled down on his tweet when fans pointed out the Philadelphia meeting hadn't happened yet, so it seems James will still meet with them even though his mind has already been made up. He might be open to a last-minute change of heart.

James officially became an unrestricted free agent when he declined the player option on the final year of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday. The three most likely destinations for the fourteen-time All-Star now appear to be the Lakers, Cavaliers, and 76ers.

In June, Gary Payton fueled rumors that James would end up in Los Angeles by telling a reporter that James' 13-year-old son had committed to play at Sierra Canyon High School in Los Angeles next year.

"His son just committed to Sierra Canyon which is in the valley of LA," Payton said. "That’s where his son is going to go to school [with] Scottie Pippen’s son and Kenyon Martin’s son. So, that’s a move that they’re going to make. If everybody looks at it with a son at that age, you don’t want to be away from him during that period of time. During the time that we’re having, basketball is school time. I think that he needs a father during that time and that’s it. I don’t think LeBron is that type of parent, I think he wants to be around his son a lot and see his son play a lot."

We'll find out for sure on Tuesday when The Decision 3.0 goes down.