Empire State of Mind: New York Offers Free Agents the Lifestyle They Want

March 8th, 2010 by Ryan Virgin Leave a reply »
New York: The City of Dreams

At any moment, at any part of the day, anything can happen.  The city doesn't sleep, so the night life plays into the stereotypical young NBA star's hand.  The lights and commotion make them feel small, but at the same time larger than life.  The lights inspire them, and just walking down the street showcases the history of the city.

The people know exactly what they want.  They are direct and to the point, which also goes for the fans.

The fans expect the best.  Even though the New York Knickerbockers have had losing seasons dating back to 2000-2001, the fans are still passionate.  They have booed every draft pick in recent memory and will continue to boo until Jesus himself is selected in the second round by the New York management (why waste a first-round pick on Jesus?  He could be injury-prone).

The main point is that the fans in New York want to be able to cheer.  They want to have a star to carry them to the top.  And they want it now.


What NBA Star Wouldn't Want To Play in New York?

That's you, LeBron James.

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