Breaking LeBron James’ Personal Free Agency Media Silence

November 25th, 2009 by Bryan Toporek Leave a reply »
So, LeBron James, you're done talking about your impending 2010 free agency  for the rest of this season?

Well, I'm sure not.  And because I'm not, and because I'm thinking about how sweet you'd look in a 76ers jersey next year, I've decided to take some drastic measures.

I'm going to over-analyze the few things you did say before your self-imposed media silence.

After his only game in Madison Square Garden this season, a 100-91 Cavaliers victory over the New York Knicks in which he finished with 33 points, nine rebounds, and eight assists, the King naturally received about becoming a free agent next year.  The Knicks have been frequently mentioned by the media as a potential landing spot for LeBron, despite their current lack of championship-caliber talent.

With that in mind, let's break down the King's postgame comments:

When asked what he plans on doing upon becoming a free agent on July 1, 2010, LeBron replied:

LBJ: "I don't know because it's the first time I'll be in this position, being an unrestricted free agent. I haven't been there yet, so I don't know.  There's no timetable. I'm not going to ...

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