Doubt this article finds its way to ESPN. Any way if the Cavs win this year then I could easily see him strongly consider re signing. But if not than he really has no incentives. Bosh or Wade or Amare Joe Johnosn, whoever would be more apt to sign in Cleveland if he already has. Good move by him if he decides to re sign.
"By the time I get done," James said. "I'm going to hold all the records."
Doesn't exactly sound like he wants to leave town. Actually quite the opposite, unless he starts averaging 30 rebounds a game this year and next to break Z's record before 2010.
How about an Amare/Dirk/Nash trifecta in Gotham? Huh? Huh?
It is going to be sad in NY in a couple of years. When not a single player that you guys wanted signs. Sigh oh well it will only take the better part of five years to rebuild around the core of league minimum salaries they have.
I believe that NYK will get someone in 2010. But I just can't figure out who. I know that it won't be LeBron, and I know that it won't be Wade. Bosh/Amare/Johnson is what I can see as left for NY to sign. So I don't think JJ will leave the Hawks who should be coming into their own at that time, Bosh is going to leave either way (I hope he gets traded to Cleveland next year at the deadline) so if he doesn't go to Cleveland/Miami/Detroit than I think NY is the best option. Amare will most likely leave PHX IMO.
Calm down... I guess you never heard of Wade, Bosh, Melo, Johnson, Ginobili, Yao..etc...
Not a 2010. He's a free agent in 11. Wade isn't leaving South Beach. Ginobili isn't leave San Antonio. Yao probably isn't leaving Houston. Johnson probably isn't leaving Atlanta. Bosh could end up in NY tho.