I have a question regarding a sentence, which goes:
If we had LeBron on our team too, we would’ve won.
“Coach said that, maybe if you guys had a little more time things might’ve been different,” the reporter asked. “Do you feel as though that might have been the issue?”
“If we had LeBron on our team too, we would’ve won,” said an exasperated DeRozan. “We can say that all day. Time, everything, but we didn’t. It happened. We got swept and it’s going to be one of them long summers for us.”
Can the inversion be written as this:
Had we have Lebron on our team too, we would have won.
I am quite acquainted with inverted sentences like ==> Had I known or Had I seen, but "Had we have" seems awkward to me. Please, shed light on this guys!