Biggest Loser in Chris Paul Trade? LeBron James

July 22nd, 2010 by Jared Culver Leave a reply »
If Chris Paul gets traded, I think the biggest loser in all of it is LeBron James.

Some people defend his decision, and some revile it.  However, no matter where you stand, we can all agree that part of his choice was predicated on the idea that he couldn't get help in Cleveland.

I'd go so far as to say that we might all agree that LeBron would've stayed in Cleveland had Bosh accepted the sign-and-trade offer agreed to by both the Cavs and Raptors.

Given that, this might be a time to meditate on the possible costs of taking the easy way out (disregard, for a moment, whether you agree that going to Miami was the easy way out).

Widely considered to be LBJ's best friend, or at least one of his best friends, Chris Paul is now pushing for a trade.

"The Decision" is barely a month old, and LBJ's been questioned publicly by most of the living Hall of Fame.  He has turned into one of the villains of the sports world.

After all that, a top caliber player LBJ has pull with is available.

Not just that...Chris Paul loves Cleveland's head coach Byron Scott.

Scott, a two-time coach of an NBA ...

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