NBA icon James joined the Los Angeles Lakers back in the summer, choosing to end his time with the Cleveland Cavaliers along the way.
Since then, the 33-year-old has endured a mixed start, helping his new side only up to sixth in the Western Conference, just ahead of the Portland Trail Blazers.
LeBron James has sent Los Angeles wild since his move and co-owner Buss was particularly delighted with his arrival when it happened back in July.
However, he has now admitted that he wants one thing to happen.
According to American outlet TMZ, Buss wants the pair to share a baby sitter!
James has three children with high school sweetheart Savannah Brinson.
LeBron James Jnr was born first in October 2004, with another son then following in June 2007. He was named Bryce Maximus James.
And the pair finally had a daughter when Brinson gave birth to Zhuri James in October 2014.
James must know plenty of baby sitters given his hectic schedule and it appears new neighbour Buss is hoping for some advice in that area.
Meanwhile, James has been lauded by San Antonio Spurs star DeMar DeRozan.
“He handled the ball a lot in Cleveland and Miami,” DeRozan said.
“Now, he’s kind of getting off the ball, finding his teammates, playing a lot faster in transition.
“When it’s crunch time, you know who the ball goes to.
“A few things change but, late in the game, he’s still the same. Same LeBron.”
Lakers next four fixtures:
Memphis Grizzlies (December 9)
Miami Heat (December 11)
Houston Rockets (December 14)
Charlotte Hornets (December 16)