If LeBron isn't going to resign in Cleveland, the Cavs would be smart to try and trade him. But I think they should trade for picks way into the future, beyond when Lebron retires. Is there a rule that a team can't trade X years into the future?

Assuming there isn't, and you were the GM of both A) The Pacers, and then B) a team that was a LeBron away from contending, how many first round picks in 2022 and beyond would you fork over for The King's rights?