2010 NBA Offseason: What Happens If LeBron and Co. Stay With Their Teams

June 30th, 2010 by Tyler Conway Leave a reply »
Let's journey back to 1999. The entire industrialized world was in a panic regarding the possible implications of "Y2K." Many pundits thought that the computer glitch would shut down computer systems across the world, leaving the now-computerized stock market in ruin. 

Because of computer crashes, computerized power, water, and telephone systems would freeze.  As would airline, railroad, and truck dispatch systems. Billions of dollars would be lost in an instant and the entire world would cease to exist as we knew it. 

Citizens would then go into a panic, leading to riots and mass chaos not seen since pre-civilization—it would literally be hell on earth.  

However, in the end, almost nothing happened. A few rogue computers crashed. As a whole, the world moved on to the new millennium seamlessly.

Now hold on to your skepticism because what I'm about to say is going to seem ridiculous: The 2010 NBA free agency bonanza is not unlike the "Y2K" scare.

Ever since LeBron James and Dwyane Wade signed five-year extensions in 2006 with opt-out clauses after the 2010 season (with the Cavs and Heat respective ...

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