Dear LeBron James: Why the Chicago Bulls Shouldn’t Be an Option

June 25th, 2010 by Mike A Leave a reply »
Dear LeBron James,

Italian philosopher Niccolò Machiavelli once wrote, "The end justifies the means."

This quote has one simple interpretation: If your objective is good, do what it takes to achieve it. Keep that information in your back pocket for now, LeBron.

Take a look at any decade in the history of basketball, and you might find something interesting: Generally in the NBA, when teams win championships, they win them in bunches.

Since 1980, every team that has won an NBA title has gone on to win at least one more within the next four years, with the exception of just the 1982 Philadelphia 76ers, the 2003 Detroit Pistons, and the 2005 Miami Heat.

Now, you're probably wondering how this information is relevant in your decision on whether or not to pack up and head to Chicago.

Well, it's simple. With the Bulls offering the most surrounding talent of any team in the LeBron sweepstakes, they offer you the best chance of putting together a dynasty of your own.

So that's where you should sign, right?


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